My writing is incremental and heavily-interlinked
I don’t work on one article and then click ‘publish’ when it’s ready.
Instead, I have 100+ notes devoted to specific ideas. I deliberately constrain myself so that each article focusses on one core idea and the title is a one-sentence summary of the article. This means that the articles are heavily linked together.
I incrementally progress these based on inclinations. This works best for me because my minds works best on incremental work.
In one writing session, I might edit more than 10 notes and create 10 others. When I’m happy that a note expresses the idea sufficiently well, I make it live.
Practically, this means that there are many links to articles that don’t (yet) exist publicly. That may be what brought you here.
It also means that I continually update and evolve my notes over time.
- Evergreen notes should be densely linked
- In general, the concept of digital gardens and examples thereof: Examples of Public Digital Gardens