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Welcome to the [[Agora]]!

Ahoy there!

The [[Agora]] is a [[distributed knowledge graph]] and [[experimental social network]].

This [[agora]], which is just one of many, is running [[agora server]] [[0.5.12]].

  • /nodes lists all [[nodes]] in this Agora.
    • A [[node]] is the set of all subnodes with a given title, or otherwise mapping to a single [[entity]] or [[wikilink]]. Subnodes can come from a variety of sources; currently these are mostly notes as volunteered by users via their independent [[digital gardens]].
    • Nodes are expected to assemble (best-effort) into a [[distributed knowledge graph]].
  • /journals displays all nodes of type [[journal]] (these are subnodes whose filenames look like dates, such as YYYY-MM-DD).
  • /users displays all users in this Agora. Click through to see their subnodes (gardens).
  • /search lets you search in all nodes (supports regexes).
  • /latest shows which subnodes were added or modified recently.

The [[wikilink]] is the heart of the [[Agora]]. In the context of an Agora, [[foo bar]] will resolve to every resource that identifies with entity 'foo'; in particular, currently every file named foo-bar.md, foo-bar.jpg or foo-bar.png in its curated collection of [[digital gardens]]. An Agora node is in some ways a collage that tries to integrate all user contributions. You can think of it also as a form of [[sequential wiki]].

If you'd like to join this Agora, please refer to [[agora help]] and [[agora clients]] or reach out to [[flancian]], the maintainer.

If you're interested in knowing what's coming next, please refer to [[agora plan]].

Have a nice day!

  • This is a user contributed [[subnode]].
  • Any Agorean can contribute a file named index.md in their gardens and it will show here, in the Agora's index. Later on ranking/filtering algorithms might need to be implemented. These will be open and community maintained.
  • I am a [[Flancian]], who are you?

The front page to my [[digital-garden]]. Hi mom!

Waste of time

Welcome to the [[digital-garden]]* of [[ankostis]].

  • [[inbox]] - a place to write down quick notes to be categorized later
  • [[todo]] - a place to keep track of things to do
  • [[PKDB]] - Personal Knowledge Database setup & TODOs
* this garden is based on foam.

This is my space for Notes[[second-brainlmn">Yes, basically a personal wiki, although becoming known as a Second Brain::lmn]], saving and highlighting Articles and other Links.[[My general rule is that if I share something with two people, I should capture it as a local note.::rmn]]

Recent Blog Posts

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Recent Journals

{% include recentjournals.html journallimit=3 %}


You can browse current and past [[Projects]]. These are mainly small [[Vancouver]] focused things, I'm pretty busy as the founder of [[Fission]].[[Check out the Fission blog.::lmn]]

Starting with the [[Startup]] note, there are various operations guides, products, and recommendations to explore.

If I haven't sent it to you already, you should read [[When Tailwinds Vanish: The Internet in the 2020s]].[[Software companies founded today are competing less with pen and paper than with other Internet-first incumbents. Put another way, as happens in every maturing industry before it, Internet company revenue will become zero-sum. As a corollary, the time between founding years of software startups and their competitive incumbents is shrinking — When Tailwinds Vanish::rmn]]

The [[Gumroad No Full Time Employees]] article is also a good read.[[Today, working at Gumroad resembles working on an open source project like Rails. Except it’s neither open source, nor unpaid. — @shl, No Meetings, No Deadlines, No Full-Time Employees::lmn]]


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Matthew's Index

Hi, I'm Matthew Thomas ([[@mwt/identity]]) you can find my things at [[@mwt/README]].

This is my index. yolo

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