inscript -> notes -> knowledge management -> digital gardening

an image of the Portland Japanese Garden

"digital gardening" => "an online space at the intersection of a notebook and a blog"1

- where seeds of thought are planted and cultivated in public
- whose products are shared and open to passersby
- where each garden can be connected|linked on multiple root/radicle layers
- as opposed to a finished collection of works/writings, digital gardens are under constant revision|refining -> the work is the writing
- in similar fashion to a zettelkasten, bi-directional linking is the second-order activity that activates or re-activates notes

related:
zettelkasten -> a practice for making notes that link to one other, quite applicable in the context of "cultivating" a digital garden

references|further:

1) Anne-Laure Le Cunff - How To Set Up Your Own Digital Garden