Growing the Evergreens

Illustrated notes on the concept of 'Evergreen notes' and how to write them

The idea builds off many other note-taking philosophies like Niklas Luhmann's method , and Sonke Ahren's system.

My personal notes system has been heavily influenced by the Evergreening ethos. In both my

and on this very website. My notes taxonomy flows from "Seedlings" to "Budding" to "Evergreens"

To help myself internalise some of the main Evergreen principles, I illustrated them out below.

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One of the most important principles behind this project is that the notes I publish here are not finished. Today, I want to revisit some of my notes and make them better. And I want to take this opportunity to work out a few of the design principles behind this project. The Stan
I’ve done such little reading over the last couple of months. But I suspect the following links will be picked up by my RSS followers. Plenty of blog posts from other personal sites around the Web. “Work needs to stay in its place.”, 10 mins Settings are not a design failure
Adam Craveiro
I've been digging into personal knowledge management (#PKM) lately, and while it can be a dense and complicated topic, creators like @Mappletons make it so much more accessible.