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This is my personal Wikipedia. This is everything I know!

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my http request origin map 🌏 🌎 🌍

Welcome to my research note. I grew up reading The Encyclopedia of Absolute and Relative Knowledge and envisioned a single source of truth just like it that integrated my projects and research. I am thrilled to present you with the incarnation of this vision. You will find my most up-to-date interests here. Check out my articles if you seek internationalized content.


Please note that while I strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information on this website, there may be times when the information presented needs to be corrected or updated. Therefore, I cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided on this website. Additionally, the information presented on this website should not be construed as professional advice. If you rely on any data presented on this website, you do so at your own risk. I am not legally liable for errors, omissions, or damages arising from using or relying on this website's information.


One glowing dot is one post. A link between dots means they correlate.

One glowing dot represents one post. A link between dots means those two posts correlate.

One scientist envisioned something called Memex when transistors were invented. Memex, as a device that stores and indexes all information and knowledge of a person, is known to be the first description of the internet. This place faithfully implements Memex with modern technology. Unlike ordinary websites, this place is non-linear. There are no next/previous posts, parent/child folders, or domain structures, and everything gets regularly rearranged. No information retains its physical form; everything is handled by metadata, with front matters and hyperlinks. What's so good that way? Unparalleled flexibility.

Tech Stacks

I use Obsidian for taking notes. I then pipeline those notes into heavily customized TypeScript Docusaurus with custom React components. I finally use Cloudflare for deploying, caching, and distributing. I open-sourced it on GitHub. Take a look! 😃

"Jankily Frankensteined" — perfectly describes how heavily customized this repository is...

"Jankily Frankensteined" — perfectly describes how heavily customized this repository is...

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