Digital gardens are conscious rejections of the web as a stream. They embrace a web which is non-ephemeral and builds value over time and with continued investment.
Looking at a website this way also helps to “get rid of” the publish button, in that publishing frequently and without discretion is entirely the point.
- Topography over timelines
- Continuous growth
- Learning in public and imperfection
- Playful, personal, and experimental
- Intercropping and content diversity
- Independent ownership