The key lesson from the #Signal brownout today is that we shouldn't depend on any one platform, particularly those that tend to be centralized.
Have a dencentralized secure messenger on deck, I recommend using and supporting @firstname.lastname@example.org
A thread on hackernews about Delta Chat -- nice to see it's quite well-informed. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=25893626
And I keep my bookmarks in markdown files and folders. When I save #bookmark on phone, I use #Markore. This editor even has feature with pre-save export window in which I can add quote from saving site or my notes about it. In desktop I can use #vim (with gx) or browser plugins for viewing #markdown directly inside browser.
And if I want fast export link to phone I prefer use built-in or external QR-code generator (this lifehack works even in net-cafe).
#Google attemps to kill antother open source app (namely Chromium). Long ago #Firefox engineers divided mobile and desktop folders - since then my system has been drifting to "syncthing model". All files sync between my phones and workstations by #syncthing and that is staple of my sync system.
For passwords I use keepassdx container - and plugins for Firefox/Brave.
I use #t-ui launcher and #Markor editor on my android phone. Markor has the QuickNotes file for quick notetaking and pasting from phone buffer. I sync it with my desktop ando other computers by #syncthing Very convinient. Often save to it links and quotes from browser (better archive than quick bookmarks) etc. Last night write small script and alias to quick insert notes from t-ui command-line...