“Digital gardens” are personal spaces on the Internet that avoid the one-size-fits-all look and feel of social media. They’re not ephemeral and stream-of-consciousness, like blogs or social media. They’re curated (to use an overused word) websites about the creator’s interests and passions: Museums, books, philosophy, politics, etc. More permanent than either blogs or social media.

This is extremely intriguing to me.

Digital gardens let you cultivate your own little bit of the internet www.technologyreview.com/2020/09/0…

And here’s why they’re called “digital gardens:” My blog is a digital garden, not a blog joelhooks.com/digital-g…

You don’t have to use fancypants technology. This guy’s digital garden is just a Google Doc. docs.google.com/document/…

This is very much in the IndieWeb spirit.

Mitch Wagner @MitchWagner