Wikipedia did not allow me to develop my ideas very well because it was made up of separate, loosely linked web pages. That is why, in 2007, I moved to Wikibooks, where I began creating "my life-work" - Circuit Idea. In this electronics wikibook, I began exposing with great enthusiasm my circuit philosophy. It was intended for people who really wanted to grasp the basic concepts of electronics by their imagination and intuition. For a several years, I managed to make more than 10,000 edits. Here is the home page of the wikibook.
Revealing the Ideas behind Circuits
This novel electronics wikibook is for creative students, teachers, inventors, technicians, hobbyists and anyone who is not satisfied by formal circuit explanations. It is intended for people who really want to grasp the basic concepts of electronics by relying on their human imagination, intuition and emotions rather than on pure logic and reasoning.
Circuit idea is composed of two main logically connected parts: in the first part (Creating a circuit methodology), we will create universal methods for unearthing the ideas behind circuits; then, in the second part (Revealing circuit ideas), we will use these methods to reveal the secrets of popular circuits. The second part is designed as a collection of exciting stories about odd circuits and the amazing electrical phenomena behind them.