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Each page on this site starts as an org-roam note. org-roam helps highlight, make, and maintain links between related concepts, and you will no doubt notice many, many links here. Since org-roam is a layer atop org-mode, the pages are, of course, in org-mode format.
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According to its website, org-roam is “a plain-text personal knowledge management system”. It is based on the popular Zettelkasten knowledge management system, or the Roam Research website. But because it layers atop org-mode and therefore Emacs, it has a lot of power that the others lack; for instance, integration with email and agendas.
Complete.Org is a personal project managed since 1994 by John Goerzen.
org-mode is a toolkit for you to organize things. It is part of Emacs.
Here are some (potentially) interesting topics you can find here: