Digital Garden URL - 🌱 学习者的数字花园 — 记录我的学习与思考
First of all, I’m very grateful to @jeremyruston and all people from TiddlyWiki Developers’ / SuperUsers’ Community. The process of building the website is like immersing myself in a Sandbox Game, just like playing Lego Blocks / Minecraft / Terraria.
Secondly, let me introduce my site a little.
This Digital Garden website is partially inspired by Andy Matuschak’s Personal Notes Website, and it’s almost impossible to mimic Andy’s website without the help of Krystal Horizontal Storyriver Plugin created by Roman Veselý.
Why did I built it? I built this Digital Garden website in order to practice “Learning in Public”, “Evergreen Notes Keeping”, which is proven to help shaping my personal Creative Writing habit. TiddlyWiki provided unimaginably powerful and flexible Micro-Managent tools & programming possiblities to collect / tag / group / browse / search / filter / present / share / migrate my notes. Now I never have to worry my ideas and short writings are scattered everywhere in different SNS apps (where I communicate with people from various fields and get inspired for further creative writing ideas).
In the past, even I wanted to gather the scattered writing together, I don’t know where to store them. Now I manage all of them in my TiddlyWiki Digital Garden. Since TiddlyWiki is very handy, I always want to share the experience to other people (esp. Knowledge Workers who need to deal with a lot of short notes on a daily basis), so I’ve written many notes on TiddlyWiki Usage Experience / Tech Tooltips under TiddlyWiki Tag.
Recently, I began to use Reveal.js Plugin by Devin Weaver @sukima to improve the presentation of my ideas. Hopefully I won’t need to send my KeyNote / Powerpoint slides files to the audience after a public presentation, I will send them some my Digital Garden links (e.g. Fun of PKM for Non-Tech People).
A Final Note: This website is primarily targeted at Chinese readers, so if you are interested in the content but not familiar with Chinese Text, you could consider using Chrome / Edge Browser’s built-in English > Chinese translation to read them.