- I've started playing with Epistemic disclosure on notes in my digital garden, as well as thinking of different types of notes, e.g. definitions, feelings, claims. See e.g. gift economy (definition), I like gift economies (feeling) and gift economies build community (claim).
- I'm liking it so far - it's basically following ideas around titling evergreen notes, and the distinction between notes and notions, that I already knew about for a while, but actively putting it in to practice a bit more.
- It's working in the sense of making me reflect more on what I think. As soon as I present something as a feeling or a claim, I feel more compelled to elaborate and try and justify it. Part of moving from Collector to Creator.
- That said, I don't want it to add friction to just writing stuff, so I'll just do it when I feel like it for now. No pressure.
- Listened: Maggie Appleton on Open Source as a Gift Economy
- The Hi-Tech Gift Economy. Looks good. By Richard Barbrook.
- In These Times - Give It Away - article related to gift economies by David Graeber
- Free software is a gift economy
1.1. In my garden
Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).