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Hi! Thanks for coming by. This wiki is a collection of notes on projects, research, time tracking and logs. The wiki loosely follows the P.A.R.A method for organizing information. The files here mirror my curiousity; they span many different topics, often technical but not always.

You can navigate either from the Indexº where a curated selection of projects, notes, and tags are displayed. When visiting any file other than the index, you will see a sidebar that houses one or more of the following drawers:

  • Site map: access to most files across the wiki.

  • Possibly related: links that share tags with the file you are viewing.

  • Backlinks: files that link to the file you are viewing.

  • Resources: links, text, and metadata to accompany the file.

  • Activity: a graphing of time spent on the file/project/research you are viewing.

  • Table of contents

Many files will link to other files as denoted by the º symbol.


Files in this wiki often fall under one of two pillars: Projects or Research.Projects are topics with associated deadlines, tasks, and discernible artifacts. A project may be a software library, a game, an album of music, a podcast, &tc.Research are topics of analysis and practice, generally lacking task lists, artifacts, or singular end goals. Research often informs the start of creation of a project.

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  • The fonts used are "IBM Plex Sans Condensed" and "IBM Plex Mono".

  • The top header bar indicates the current file you are viewing, when it was published (P:), last updated (U:), the time spent in sum on the topic (T:).

  • Weakty is a nickname from a friend.

  • Say hi! I like getting mail and meeting new folks.


I was inspired by the styles and content of many sites. I cannot list them all but the following have inspired the content & aesthetic of weakty:

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A few blogs I enjoy checking in on and reading.

Thank you for visiting!

The reference desk is covered in papers. An old computer terminal sits atop the clutter. Books are piled about. Some are new, some old. The archivist might be in the workshop, or in the stacks.

The books all have several bookmarks, made of flimsy yellow paper. They all say the same word, scrawled identically in the middle.

In the corner of your eye, the computer terminal changes.

From a room somewhere, several floors, corridors, and doorways apart, you hear a muffled voice cry out happily.