Date: Dec 19, 2020

I've enjoyed reading this book and thought of using it as reference from time to time. The content has simple format: term, description, images that demonstrate the term, and references. However, I want to refer to it in form of checklist so I can keep track of which methods I have tried and which are not. Thus, I put together this checklist.

<aside> 💡 - You can duplicate this note and use the checklist for your own reference, if you want to.


The checklist includes brief description of each term and omits all images from the book. This way, the checklist can stay lean and easily accessible as quick reference. If you want to read the full content, you can get the book from amazon:

Get the book from Amazon:

Get the book from Amazon:

📝 The 100 Items Checklist: