- Mike Caulfield
- Date published
building out a network of often conflicting information into a web that can generate insights, iterating it, allowing that to grow into something bigger than a single event, a single narrative, or single meaning. – The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral
the Stream replaces topology with serialization. Rather than imagine a timeless world of connection and multiple paths, the Stream presents us with a single, time ordered path with our experience (and only our experience) at the center.
But is he talking about the big stream of everything? And a big garden of interconnected sites? Or individual streams and individual gardens.
3 Elsewhere in the garden
Notes that link to this note (AKA backlinks).
Also is/was a proponent of a slower web than the social media streams. See The Garden and the Stream.
- Reading a little bit about push and pull ideas in Agora. They both look like types of transclusion.
- Have been pondering for a little while how I can match up my daily log and my logs on individual pages, where I sometimes log things too. And how to have these addressable as individual 'notes', like what you get in a social media stream. Not sure really, but it feels like transclusion could be a part of that. Again it's kind of the garden and the stream question. How do you neatly tie the two together?
- The ability to push a block to Twitter on Agora - https://anagora.org/agora-twitter-integration - feels a bit related to IndieWeb's POSSEing.
- Going to do the elisp koans.
- Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration
Really good. And interesting to note, predates The Garden and the Stream: A Technopastoral.