This is a good article on digital gardens in the MIT Technology Review.
Here’s a nice quote:
> “Gardens … lie between farmland and wilderness,” he wrote. “The garden is farmland that delights the senses, designed for delight rather than commodity.”
Enjoyed these articles recently, which reference the history and what happened:
@neil heh, you just saved me a few clicks. I was pretty sure I didn't initially read it on Medium so was just looking for it elsewhere :)
@neil @jdaviescoates also see Hoder's talk at State of the Net 2018 where he talks about book-internet vs tv-internet (image: https://twitter.com/annamasera/status/1007556131990966273 ) Vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3PoyvToZdI
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