Just finished watching an excellent talk by Tim Ewald -- Programming with Hand Tools.
It's ~5 years old but absolutely makes a lot more sense now.
The tools that we use changes the way we think about problems. So adding more of them just complexifies and hides the actual problem.
Just copied the ssh key of my new laptop to my vps in 5 chunks because I disabled password login and copying long stuff over console in a DigitalOcean droplet results in gibberish.
Add to that random crap that systemd prints on the tty every 10-30 seconds and I had to edit file, paste the chunk, save it, exit vim, wait for crap, clear screen, and repeat.
And we're in 2019.