Hello there! I'm Anne-Laure Le Cunff, founder of Ness Labs and a PhD researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London, where I study how different brains learn differently.
This is a public notebook where I share some of my thoughts on networked thinking, creativity, metacognition, and collective intelligence. It uses bi-directional links, so you can see which pages refer to the one you are currently reading.
These notes are personal thoughts. You'd probably be right to disagree with many of them.
Thanks and credits:
- TW for powering the backend of this notebook (tutorial)
- Brandon Hall for his TW static website generator run-through (video)
- Alyssa X for all the help with the code
- Andy Matuschak for the inspiration
- Dave Gifford for the plugin supporting bi-directional links
Why a digital garden?
I jot down raw thoughts in my note-taking app, and publish longer essays on my blog. My digital garden is a space to connect early-stage ideas, collect evergreen notes, and plant the seeds for more ambitious work.
Is there a table of content?
No. Just click on any link within a note or a backlink in the sidebar to navigate through the content.
How can I discuss these ideas?
The best way to reach out is on Twitter. Click on the Twitter icon in the sidebar of any note and add your comment. I will be automatically tagged and can get back to you.
I want to build a digital garden as well.
That's a great idea. You can start with this tutorial. There are many other ways to go about it, so feel free to tinker or try a completely different route.