∂ part of node [[digital-garden]]
- A digital garden is a loose collection of hyperlinked notes (personal, or project scoped) that are maintained over long periods of time; like if you were tending to a garden over the years.
Digital gardens benefit from compounding effects: they gain usefulness over time.
- Hypothesis: their usefulness goes up superlinearly w.r.t. nodes added, as a lot of the value is in the networking: the relations between concepts, events, pieces of information that build up over time.
- go https://joelhooks.com/digital-garden
- pull digital gardeners