Contextually speaking, it's an online space to share, nurture and shape ideas.
Practically speaking, it's something between private notes and blog, used for learning and building in public.
This is where I learn in public, plant ideas, and see them grow into something exciting.
Maggie Appleton has one of the nicest digital gardens I've come across. She also did a very good text on history of the digital garden.
Ness Labs is run by Anne-Laure Le Cunff, and it's a space and community for mindful productivity. I first learned of digital gardens here, and she also has her own digital garden.
Tom Critchlow is a consultant, creator and founder with background in SEO and marketing, with an interesting digital garden and texts.
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