Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren’t very new after all.

— Abraham Lincoln

My reading journey

Starting from the 9th of January 2023 I've undertaken the habit of heavy daily reading. 

My reading schedule is as follows: 

Displayed is the graph view of all the notes I've taken so far (books), each dot representing a document covering a particular topic. 

The note-taking app I use (Obsidian) allows one to link the documents among each other, so to create a tree-like structure for every single book. 

Below you can find the books I've read (or I am currently reading). By clicking on the title you will find the corresponding notes (in construction). The structure should resemble a tree-like structure, such that the reading is not dispersive. I divided the notes by chapter, and within each chapter there are subsections to facilitate the grouping of information. Please let me know whether this is functional! 

For the textbooks, the notes are handwritten by myself on Notability (for iPad). You can find them in the Notes section

I hope you can benefit from them!

Non-fiction books


- Topics covered: Linear Algebra, Real Analysis, Vector Calculus, Point Set Topology

- Topics covered: Complex Analysis, Riemann Surfaces, Manifolds, Fourier Transform