As you may know, I run a YouTube channel named Techdox where I cover how to self-host services on cheap devices such as Single Board Computers and old laptops. One of the services I covered is BookStack, and I have now decided to use this as my knowledge base for YouTube and other things in my life.
BookStack is a fantastic service that provides users with an easy way to create and manage their own online bookshelf. Whether you're an avid reader, a student, or a professional looking to keep track of your research materials, BookStack makes it simple to organize all your reading material in one place. With BookStack, you can create custom categories and tags to easily sort and find the books you're looking for. You can also add notes and comments to each book, making it easy to keep track of your thoughts and ideas. Plus, BookStack's sleek and user-friendly interface makes it a joy to use.
Whether you're reading for pleasure or working on a research project, BookStack is the perfect tool for anyone looking to keep their reading material organized and accessible. So, if you're tired of losing track of your books and want a better way to keep them all in one place, give BookStack a try today! - ChatGPT
How I Plan To Use BookStack
I have decided that for every video I do on my YouTube channel, I will create a BookStack page to accommodate it. This means I can have step-by-step instructions with images and more detailed explanations on the commands for my community. I have already started a book that you can read here - https://bookstack.elzim.xyz/books/self-hosting-docker-commands.
Feel free to check it out and let me know if you are already using BookStack and how you are using it!