Actually, I do not 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.


A private list of knowledge I miss about exams I am studying for.


Gaps in knowledge should be covered with the right [[Resources|Learning Resources]], and remembered with an effective knowledge management.

Culture and Politics

  • Mattarellum
  • Limits to Growth 1972 and 2004
  • US Presidential timeline
  • Israel history
  • Afghanistan history
  • Iraq history
  • Iran History
  • Vietnam War
  • [[2018-05-26 Madonna del Buon Consiglio|Madonna del Buon Consiglio]]


  1. Data analysis and graphs with LibreOffice
  2. Learn and use jq
  3. Learn and configure Syncthing
  4. latex
  5. vim > to learn
  6. pandoc > to learn
  7. Designing websites with Inkscape / Illustrator
  8. git
  9. Learn Percollate: turning web pages into ebooks.
  10. Cryptocurrencies
  11. Computer History
  12. Improve OpenStreetMap and OSMand knowledge
  13. Rclone
  14. javascript
  15. Understanding WhatsApp and Signal backups
    • format
    • readability
    • can they be stored in pure plain text?
  16. Github Actions
  17. Makefile
    1. How to write a self-documenting Makefile
  18. using fzf
  19. The Missing Semester
  20. DigiKam
  21. Darktable
  22. python
  23. bash
  24. in-depth CSS learning
  25. Learn EQ


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🏗 WIP section 🛠

This section should contain a beautifull graph displaying the relations among this note and all of the others on Unfortunately, showing it requires great coding skills and I am still working on it.




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