Welcome to my digital garden!
A digital garden is like a personal wiki and a knowledge database of thoughts and ideas. Similar to a traditional garden, a digital one will also container various kinds of content (plants), of which may even be unrelated to each other. Ideas are not refined, thoughts are not tailored. Here is an excellent write-up about the history of digital gardens
Twitter, for some, is also equivalent to a digital garden. It lets you share thoughts and ideas with everyone. But how often do you go back to those tweets? Not often. That’s why you need a space for your ideas on the internet that you own. Check out
Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet post by MIT technology review
Building your own digital garden is not a fad. It’s a necessity. Tools like Roam Research, Obsidian and Notion provided means to interlink content, even over a graphical way. Still not sold? Check out The Digital Garden by Josh Branchaud.
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