The Metanoia ON Notebook is not for the "faint of heart". The information contained in this Notebook spans time from Asyrian King Tukulti-Nunurta (reign 1244-1208 BCE) to the present. It is a way to discern modern issues and modern culture.
Were Metanoia ON a book, it would contain more than 600 pages of information. It is not a book and this is on purpose. Books are linear: you start at page one and read to the end. As the reader, you expect the information to be laid out in the style of "tell me what you're going to tell me, tell me, and tell me what you told me" (a style of writing that begins with an introduction, delves into the subject over the course of a number of chapters, and ends with a conclusion). Books also use citations to refer to information obtained from other sources and use a glossary of terms to help refer a reader back to some topic contained within it.
Metanoia ON, on the other hand, contains everything a book would contain but offers it in a non-linear fashion. It responds to your curiosities as they emerge. The operator of Metanoia ON can search for information (like using a book's index or glossary), link to source materials such as citations (using hyperlinks), AND move around inside the information as one sees fit. Wish to read something you've already read? Go back. Want to skip forward or change your trajectory? Feel free to flip around.
Metanoia ON users, then, are the "pilots of their own learning." Start where ever you are and end where ever you want. Take full command of your own development: learn new things and employ them in your daily life.