This is the Notkesto, my personal collection of notes. I use these notes to write down everything I learn and to document some of my projects.
Start here if you’re looking for my university notes (the 📚 MAC link above).
You can use the links at the top of every page to get started on the most important parts of the Notkesto.
If you’re looking for something specific, you can use the search bar (which can also be toggled with Ctrl + K).
About the Notkesto
Here, each note deals with one (and only one) concept or thought, and they are all linked together. Think of it as a personal Wikipedia that contains everything I know.
Since I study Applied Maths and Computing, most of the notes in the Sciujo are focused on that. There is additionally a handful notes on linguistics and languages, since I study linguistics informally in my spare time and language learning is one of my hobbies. The rest of my notes, only a few, concern other areas of interest, like aviation.
Go here if you want to get started on everything knowledge-related (the 🧠 Learn link above).
The Lingvujo (“language container” in Esperanto) is the part of the Notkesto where I document my linguistics projects, like conlangs or writing system adaptations. I have a passion for linguistics and language learning, so projects like these are a way to get my hands a bit more dirty with language, so to speak.
Currently, my only project is Jangul, an adaptation of the Korean writing system for Spanish.
Go here if you want to get started on everything language-related in the Notkesto (the 🦜 Langs link above).
Special thanks to everyone involved in the development of Obsidian, the incredible app that I use to write all of my notes, to jackyzha0 for Quartz, which I use to build this site, and to Jahus for helping me host my blog site and set everything up. This site makes use of Google Analytics.
Note that as of November 2023, I’m in the process of giving the Notkesto a makeover with proper navigation. While the site is in a working state and all my notes are here, some links (like the ones in the header) may be broken and information about the Notkesto itself may be inconsistent.