As @jklinger410 mentioned, it's a combination of notes, to do, personal wiki and other stuff.
Like if this was a Google Docs link I don't think you would flinch at the idea that arrow down moves the cursor instead of scrolling the page.
I don't know much about Notion, but if it's trying to be a platform that allows you to share notes and documents, its keybinding ought to be rethought. These are really bad shortcuts for a document presentation platform.
And if it's not a document presentation platform, the author shouldn't have used it that way.
If someone linked me a document that was a read-only Excel file where every paragraph was a different cell, I'd complain about that too -- because the content doesn't fit the medium it's posted in.
From a content perspective, this is a document masquerading as an app. What about this page is an app? I can't edit it, there aren't any dynamic calculations happening, the data isn't clearly separated into a table format. When I click to expand a section, I get a loading icon... and then pure text pops up that could have just been embedded into the page from the start. There's nothing that distinguishes this from a normal webpage except that the shortcuts are unintuitive.
I think that there's still a lot of confusion and opaqueness when it comes to targeting and advertising -- the platforms (GOOG/FB/SNAP/etc.) make it purposefully confusing imo. There's probably some kind of start-up idea here (marketing/targeting for regular folks).
All the stress and energy spent going back and forth between ad platforms really only favors the installed players.
I hadn't even thought of using it as a public web page. Even better!
I should say that I have nothing against fullstory, we use it for our own saas application.
For private usage, there is no good recourse. I'd rather not trust it anywhere near consumer apps.
For context, Fullstory basically records a replay of the state of the DOM when you use the app, which means the app developer can literally rewatch your entire usage session.
E.g. you create a folder (DB Table) and then you create pages inside (DB records)
Or you create a board(DB Table) and then you create Columns(DB Records) and tasks inside each column(DB Records with connections another table).
Would also be amazing to open their API, lots of integrations would come out of it.
Furthermore, based on CrunchBase, they are a small team with a seed fund.
Plus, they allow direct export of any page to PDF so it has half-replaced Google docs for me.
google 'oracle data directory' :)
People forget that the medium itself is important, not just the data.
(Let's not forget that the data directory reach, from the first page of search results has the reach of part of US Households, it doesn't have the global reach a social network like Facebook has).
So I disagree: some social platforms have great targeting compared to open web.
I really appreciate you putting the time into building it and sharing it, info like this is hard to find.