The Arcology Garden
The Arcology Garden is the product of Ryan Rix's technical and creative energy, a self-documenting system of computers, software, and ideas. Inside the garden we will find photography and digital art, noise experiments and poetry. I will document and develop my projects in this system; the components used to enable this (the CCE) are of special interest.
I am a fan of Making Mistakes, and this is a space where good intention must be assumed if growth is to occur. I will write wrongheaded and stupid things here, surely, but I am also willing to do the work to correct those things.
- CCE: The Complete Computing Environment, my Emacs computing environment
- Knowledge Management frameworks built around a Daily Writing Habit and org-roam
- Arcology, my Elixir website engine
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This is Referenced
Like The Arcology Garden, The Lion's Rear is an attempt to set a mood and scenery, to create and cultivate understandings. This is ultimately a space of growth and of exploration, like the Garden, and a place to make mistakes. Readers should assume good faith, and so should I. It is a place for me to explore the nature of life and reality, to think about philosophies around Tea and Meditation and Buddhism but also to learn about Cascadia Bioregion and the beauty of our seasons and our people, to think about ecosystems and our effects on them, to express purile thoughts around a theory of ecology. I document my Gardening and eventually Growing Tea to be drank.
PUBLISH: The Arcology Garden
Navigating the Arcology is supposed to be a somewhat curated experience. I either send out a direct link to a page, and people can read and explore from there, or they go to one of the index pages like The Arcology Garden, The Complete Computing Environment, or The Lion's Rear. Those index pages are carefully curated, if not to send people on a romp through the respective garden, then to at least not get lost if they go back to that page.