A Brief History & Ethos of the Digital Garden
A Brief History & Ethos of the Digital Garden

A Brief History & Ethos of the Digital Garden



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A Brief History & Ethos of the Digital Garden

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Dense links are essential, but gardeners often layer on other ways of exploring their knowledge base. They might have thematic piles, nested folders, tags and filtering functionality, advanced search bars, visual node graphs, or central indexes listing notable and popular content.

Note: Examples of garden organization

Blogging evolved in the Premium Mediocre culture of Millenialism as a way to Promote Your Personal Brand™ and market your SEO-optimized Content.

Note: Everything I hate about blogging. "Weird, quirky personal blogs of the early 2000's turned into cleanly crafted brands with publishing strategies and media campaigns. Everyone now has a modern minimalist logo and an LLC."

requires that we make the status of our notes clear to readers.

Note: this includes notes vs drafts, as well as the level of confidence, effort, and so on that some have done.

The point of a garden is that it's a personal playspace. You organise the garden around the ideas and mediums that match your way of thinking, rather than off someone else's standardised template.