In converting PhotoGabble into a Digital Garden from being a traditional Blog with taxonomy made up of Categories I have settled
upon a few distinct content types:
- Essays, longform ideas that I am invested in
- Noteworthy, interesting things I have found that I want to share
- Thoughts, quick weakly held ideas on things I haven't fully worked out
- Tutorials, an attempt at spreading my knowledge
- Projects, things that I have worked on
- Glossary, definitions of phrases as I understand and use them
- /now, a monthly updated list of what I am currently doing
My Bookshelf and /uses pages are an exception to the above, my reading
list is imported from my bookwyrm.social reviews
and the uses page is updated in place as and when I change what technology and devices I use day-to-day.
When PhotoGabble had a Blog structure it was organised around posts belonging to one or more category. Since becoming a Digital Garden,
categories have become Topics which to my mind describes the taxonomy better.