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I conceive knowledge as the fundamental quality of human life. It should be searched, managed, and preserved as a treasure, since it is the most valuable capability we have, together with love. Here, I collect meta-knowledge data, or better Epistemology annotations, which are knowledge insights about knowledge itself, and how to deal with it.


What I need / have to / would love to learn, in order of urgence:

Actually, I don’t need to learn these things only, but here I note the main things that sooner or later will make me sit down and bingewatch tutorials on the argument to get a deep understanding of the concept, in order to make use of it in the best possible way. As you can see, it’s mainly geek-related stuff, which is the easier to keep track of.

  1. Markdown
    • inline classes
    • Flavors and conversions
  2. Pandoc
  3. git
  4. OpenStreetMap and OSMand
  5. Github Actions
  6. using fzf
  7. The Missing Semester
  8. DigiKam
  9. Darktable
  10. Omega-T


When the basics aren’t enough.

  1. in-depth CSS learning
  2. SCSS deeper understanding



Managing knowledge; systems, ideas, suggestions, methods.

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