Digital gardens allow for learning in public

Created: Dec 16, 2022 | Start quality | Mid importance

The main reference article I've been linking to is Shawn Wang's "Learn In Public". I'm hoping to be explosively productive in the amount of material I write and chronicle. I want to share every note and piece of feedback I receive as I build my personal "Second Brain".

This sounds great in theory, but in practice it's a bit intimidating to put out your own personal opinions and understandings of a topic without knowing for certain that it's completely "settled". What if I change my mind? What if I realize that my nascent thoughts on a topic were wildly naive and unsophisticated.

There's some amount of fearlessness to be had with this one in order to do it properly.


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