Are you "OK" with computers?
You're not an expert, but you're self-sufficient. You have a finely-tuned Google reflex, and you have a running theory on what exactly a "database" is supposed to be. Back in the day, you cut your teeth on customizing your LiveJournal or NeoPets page.
You may have even dipped your toes in the water of so-called "real programming" and found it to be cold and isolating, or too annoying to be worth it. You have ideas, but no foundation to build them on—yet.
This almanac is for you.
The print edition of the Computing Almanac won't be ready until the end of 2017–but here on the web, there's no need to wait!
The Computing Almanac is the most straightforward computing resource you'll ever find–There is no GitHub repository. There are no special servers or databases to install. You don't need to pay any money, read fifty pages of guides, or think of yet another 16-character password. The only requirements are a keyboard, a text editor (such as Sublime Text), and a web browser.