Aquiles Carattino writes about how Digital Gardens can be a nice tool to produce and share knowledge and gives an example by publishing his own notes.
Favorited Digital Garden by Aquiles Carattino This note you are reading is part of my digital garden. Follow the links to learn more, and remember that these notes evolve over time. After all, this website is not a blog.Aquiles Carattino This note you are reading is part of my digital garden. Follow the links to learn more, and remember that these notes evolve over time. After all, this website is not a blog. (aquiles.me)

In the past few years there has been a movement towards different degrees of openness online. In her book, Working in Public , Nadia Eghbal explores how people decide to build software tools in the open. In the same line, Andy Matuschak decided to make public his thinking process by publishing his n…

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