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A Brief History & Ethos of the Digital Garden



  • A garden is a collection of evolving ideas that aren’t strictly organised by their publication date.
  • notes are linked through contextual associations.
  • notes are published as half-finished thoughts that will grow and evolve over time.
  • template. It’s a different way of thinking about our online behaviour around information
  • Gardens present information in a richly linked landscape that grows slowly over time.
  • The garden helps us move away from time-bound streams and into contextual knowledge spaces.
  • Joel focused on the process of digital gardening, emphasising the slow growth of ideas through writing, rewriting, editing, and revising thoughts in public.
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