Not aggressive at all! I'm just grateful for your knowledge. It looks like procrastination but I don't have any intentions of avoiding work. I just like satisfying my curiosity. If I come to the dashboard example again, I want to know when it was made, how it was made, who made it, with what process. I don't like history books that just makes a story and facts. But I do want to know how Darwin got interested in species, what he wrote down in his journals, how he got to think about it, how he thought about it, etc. Same thing with the creator of dashboards.
To make it more precise, if I want to make something with Ruby on Rails for example, I tend to learn everything about Ruby on Rails. What kind of components it has, how the magic works, watch every video about its best practices, distilling everything. Then I find about DHH(creator of Ruby on Rails) and find how he built it in the first place. What thought process he had, what needs he had, how he got to build it, what he was thinking when he wrote the first version of Ruby on Rails, etc. Once I need a job processing library, I do that again.