There have been 2 changes to Eschewing the evergreen since it was first created (Jan 2, 2021).
Most recent changes*
- Link to internal note on Digital Garden TOS 1/2/21
- Extract out personal garden principles into separate notes 1/2/21
Eschewing the evergreen
I deliberately work under a "non-evergreen" mindset, though (which I think is more to do with terminology of 'evergreen' rather than the actual definition).
For me, the term 'evergreen' has connotations of 'should always be green (i.e. full of vitality and bloom)', whereas my digital garden is explicitly
This is important for me to consciously adopt as a principle because it overcomes mya taxonomy of notes:
which I'm attracted to, partly because it could also serve a nice way of
(It's also, clearly, a lovely thematic fit with 'digital garden' and 'evergreen' notes!)