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 No.553

Is there a guide which will teach you everything that Lain knows? I'm looking for a complete collection of resources on computing, things that Lain would likely know. I will start with some basics.
https://github.com/alex/what-happens-when
https://www.nand2tetris.org/course
I am looking for things like this but complete, assembled together in one huge, nonrepetitive volume.

 No.644

Bumping. I guess a better way to put this would be learning about computers from the ground up.

 No.645

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Disclaimer: I am not in the position you try to be so my opinion is less likely relevant.
It could help to look at simplified models of what you want to know: how a computer works, how the internet works and so on
Then you can start reading about those things you already feel like understanding the most and slowly digging your way into reaching your goal.
On the other hand, it is nearly impossible to theoretically understand a whole topic without practical training. Maybe get a job in a tech-related branch or get a pi and start setting up projects.
On the other hand, do you need to know the whole mechanism of big G's algorithm as much as a SEO-expert who earns money of it or is it could it be enough to know that it's contrary to your beliefs and that you maybe want to focus on tor-network or other less soykaf botnet-environments? What I want to say is: know your priorities.



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