Hi, I am Yinan, a PhD student in Physics.
Since I started my PhD, I have been reading and learning a lot, by writing down tons of notes and worklogs. Most of my notes are Markdown files stored in an app called Obsidian.
Since almost all of my notes are going digital now, it is not a bad idea to put them online. Also, I have been writing short articles in Chinese since very young, but hadn't had the chance to collect and share them with others. I have been thinking about starting a blog for a long time.
Now, I finally decided to start one, thanks to a great tool PyBoke, which makes it very easy to create a blog using Markdown files. I know other tools like WordPress and Hugo that can do the same thing, but I like the simplicity of PyBoke.
About this blog
This blog is created by a modified version of PyBoke, where I added features like full text RSS, navigation buttons, and abstracts on the homepage. The original version of PyBoke is created by ahui2016.
This blog is fully open source. All the articles in Markdown format, together with the templates I use on this website can also be found in the GitHub repo.
I use the theme newcss, and publish the blog on GitHub Pages.
What will I write here?
I am interested in many things, including but not limited to: RSS, macOS softwares, Python ... As I browse the internet (mostly via RSS), interesting things will pop up and I am happy to share online here.
The articles I write are licensed under CC BY 4.0. You are free to:
- Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
- Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.