Mind your Maps (or is it: Map your Mind?)


What is the first application open on your PC? Mine is not one of the usual suspects (Infernal Exploder, MS Weird, LookOut, Exile, PowerPointless).

It’s MindManager by Mindjet. I mind map everything. My work demands that I brainstorm, analyze, organize, re-arrange, outline, categorize, or present information. MindManager does all of that.

With this tool I can: Continue reading

Beyond Crayons


To take mind mapping beyond personal use and integrate it into business, collaboration, and project productivity, see Beyond Crayons by Nick Duffill. Man, he’s taken mindmapping with MindManager to some interestingly advanced levels.

I have some success stories, but he’s really on the ball. Read his two part series “Putting an edge on your maps.”

LivePlasma


Most information is not linearly related. 

Now check out LivePlasma‘s visual search engine, cleverly connecting music, artists, and movies in visual relationships.

Suppose you enjoy Darlene Zschech, Hillsongs. What other artists might you connect with?

…another example of non-linear thinking.

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