Stuart P. Bentley’s Notes are currently organized into a few loose kind of overarching contexts that are constantly shifting.
To read some notes that may suggest the nature of these shifts and contexts, see the HOTBAND that serves as a general administratum construct:
Here are some notes aggregating popular subjects in these notes
much of which dates back to the pre-bagtent era of barfspace
Here are some pages that just collect links to stuff so I don’t forget it (and an index page for linkdumps that aren’t top-level like these).
These are pages that stand for ideas that I can best/only express by collecting links to things that go into a facet or sibling of the idea
The Tasteland is a branch of the notes where I’m keeping reviews and things like that
Lean Notes is the term describing a big chunk of my notes that’s dedicated to exploring and documenting how stuff can be put together.
Zero to Software, the original set of notes, has a lot of its current content in a bunch of Trello boards that haven’t been copied here, and a lot of those Trello boards aren’t even full of all that much content themselves.
Everybody Gets a Factory is a more recently-worked-with body of notes on the general “maker” sphere.
Understanding Lua is kind of like Lean Notes, but instead, it’s a draft for a graphic-novel-style introduction to key programming concepts through Lua.
Here’s the long tail of where notes that don’t easily fit in any of the cleaner buckets above fall: