Luke Hansford

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Digital gardening

🌱 Seedling2 min read

A digital garden probably has a different meaning to each individual creator. Maggie Appleton has a great write-up on the history of the concept, but for me I'd define it as simply a space to share my thoughts on a wide variety of topics without having to go through the full (and somewhat perfomative) act of writing a blog post. Lowering this bar for getting the proverbial pen to paper has the knock on effect of getting me to record a lot of knowledge that would have previously just stayed locked up (and eventually forgotten) in my brain.

Digital gardening is a bit of a new concept for people, so you can check out my Digital garden readme to get a better feel for what I'm doing here.

Gardens I like

http://notebook.zoeblade.com/ - Zoe Blade is a fantastic electronic musician, and her wiki is tailored to that field. Dig in if you want to nerd out on analog synth stuff.

https://maggieappleton.com/garden - Just an amazingly curated and designed website. This was one of my earlier inspirations when it came to digital gardening and I've cribbed a few ideas and concepts from Maggie.

https://piszek.com/ - Not really a digital garden, but I like how Artur has organised his website.

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