Subsections of Note Taking

themes for Hugo

I liked some of the Hugo themes first, like Juice Bar and Nightfall. But then I started to think that a learner probably should begin without a theme, just using the defaults from the Hugo framework. Today I’m following the instructions in this series of tutorials. Later I made a site with the nightfall theme, but by the end of September I will switch to “relearn”…

back home

I plan to blog more regularly now as a way of tying together all the bits of this project “feel do think”. I’m in the process of learning to use the Hugo framework as a way of turning notes into pages on a static site. Supposedly a big advantage for the “non-linear” nature of this site is the ability of this system to create custom taxonomies for showing the connections between posts. From my point of view, the good thing about this is that you can save the content in the user-friendly format of markdown files. Hopefully that means that a sequence of posts can survive quite radical changes in design, and even migrate into completely other frameworks without getting lost.

See this article on why all writing should be markdown