It has occured to me that I can set my search engine in firefox mobile to any site as long as it has a "%s" in it. So I can set it to "https//kateyagi.xyz/stash/#%s" and it'll pick an anchored section by that name, if any, else still bring me to this page to potentially find the thing I'm looking for if I've added it.
I'll try to incorperating adding something to this each day to my daily schedule :3, though I've been not doing great at keeping a daily schedule lately :/
Link to NeoCities for ease of editing
May as well link to wikipedia for completeness's sake: wikipedia.org
HTML et al:
- Mozzila Docs
Hope another one of it's caliber emerges, since Mozilla seems to be commiting lowtiergod chasing the whole AI crypto metaverse koolaid. The info is doubiously correct and will worsen over time, but it's comprehensive.
Much easier to navigate and read, has event exclusive stuff like the Lone Trail Investigation Reports archived
A bit more detailed in regards to furnature and has a recruitment tag calculator, which is a bit heafty to load but Arktap isn't maintained anymore so it's there when you need it. I'll link a less heavy version of this tool when I get around to it
- There's a story reader on github, I should add that once I find the specific one I like since there's a few.
This one is about the original, but most info seems applicable to CC: Tweaked as well, being a faithful port. The old forums are easy to access from here.
If CC: Tweaked has added stuff, it'll be covered here. Maybe there's a forum for it idk (oh god I hope it's not just a discord)
- Hex Book The in-game patchouli book, out-game and online!
Wikis I want to find
- Martial Arts
I wanna get back into learning karate, used to learn some branch of which I don't remember the name of at my local recreation centere before it was shut down due to poor elevator maintainace. I wanna actually learn it tho, so no mcdojo stuff (not like I could go to a mcdojo anyway due to the pandemic, which probably won't end this decade.)
I remember seeing a wiki for this somewhere.
What got me on the internet in the first place was (games, but also) how-to stuff, since my favorite genre of book as a kid was instructions, particularly how to draw books.
It's honestly astonishing how many artists on there are able to catch the same stock-photo-like vibe in a way that still feels soulful. Making wikihow images might be a good outlet for drawing practice, may look into that.
The infinite how-to-draw library book.