notes on the bullshit spigot

Keeping a garden has been a popular hobby for hundreds of years and in our busy modern times it's still good self-therapy to patiently nurture new life from the soil. Living in a big city however there's not always space for a big garden to tend. Perhaps that's why information technologists look online, into the near-infinite fertile cyberspaces, to mark out surrogate gardens in the "cloud". Instead of raising plants and flowers from soil and seed, internet gardens are sewn with the flora of free expression: blogs, posts, articles, essays, stories, recs, knowledge repositories, etc etc. Diverse, individualized, evolving collections of content, partly-ordered partly-chaotic. This website is one such internet garden; for anyone who happens by.

Enjoy your visit and try not to step on the etcetera