A garden is something inbetween a personal blog and a wiki. It’s a collection of evolving notes, essays, and ideas that aren’t strictly organised by their publication date. They’re inherently exploratory – posts are linked through contextual associations. They aren’t refined or complete - posts can be published as half-finished thoughts that will grow and evolve over time. They’re less rigid, less performative, and less perfect than the personal “blogs” we’re used to encountering on the web.
- Nikita Voloboev
- Andy Matuschak
- Mental Nodes
- Eoin Kelly
- Brad Woods
- Jekyll Garden - A
Jekyll theme for creating a digital garden.
- There’s some things I like about this, namely the backlinks support. I wonder if I can put this functionality into Docusaurus.
a library to create a digital garden, sourcing content from Roam Research.
- This has support for generating a graph of backlinks; I’d love to add that into my garden at one point. Not sure how complicated that would be.
- Fairly quiet, not a lot of activity
Digital Garden Lists
- lyz-code/best-of-digital-gardens, GitHub
- maggieappleton/digital-gardeners, GitHub
- My blog is a digital garden, not a blog (Joel Hooks)
- The Digital Garden, by Josh Branchaud
- Digital gardening, by Nicolas Bouliane (HN)