Category: Mind Mapping

Mind Map Search Engine

Reading Time: < 1 minute I was inspired today by two recent posts I read: 1) Getting Things Done: Search all GTD resources at once! 2) The Mind Mapping Software Weblog: Check out my mind mapping software “lens” I decided to test out Google Co-op and create my own custom search engine related to mind mapping. I created a list…
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MindMeister – Web-based Mind Mapping

Reading Time: < 1 minute The other day Chuck Frey posted about a new web-based mindmapping service called MindMeister. MindMeister launched on February 7th and is currently in private beta. I requested an invite, so hopefully I can give it a test run. So far the service looks *very* promising. One of the more interesting features listed is the ability…
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Maximise the Power of Your Brain

Reading Time: < 1 minute Tony Buzan is now on YouTube! The inventor/guru of mind mapping has posted a 5 minute video on mind maps. Check it out.

Mind Mapping, Organization and GTD

Reading Time: < 1 minute … these are a few of my favorite things! 😉 David Allen (Mr. GTD) apparently had a webinar back in October discussing mind mapping and GTD. I stumbled across the link this afternoon, and watched the replay. David Allen’s MindManager Webex on Getting Things Done David discusses tips and strategies using MindJet’s MindManager to…
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Mind Mapping and the Software Development Life Cycle

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve recently started looking into how mind mapping is used in the software/system development life cycle. One of my passions (and profession) is software design and development. Since I started mind mapping a few years ago, I’ve been slowly introducing mind maps at my current job. I began using mind maps (courtesy of Mindjet’s MindManager…
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Cool Concept Maps

Reading Time: < 1 minute I discovered a great post this afternoon at Life Clever titled ‘6 illuminating concept maps you should know about’. These concept maps include: 1) Java Technology (I posted about this last month) 2) How does DNS work? 3) What is a brand? 4) How do organizations track customers to retain them longer? 5) What…
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Digital Enlightenment: Using the Internet for Research, Learning, and Education

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve been using the Internet since 1993. But, it wasn’t until a few years ago that I truly started using the net for research purposes. One of my key interests is philosophy, and I’ve learned quickly that it’s helpful to have easy access to a wide variety and volume of information. I’ve been collecting a…
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Comprehensive List of Knowledge Management and Mind Mapping Software

Reading Time: < 1 minute While I was putting together my list of online resources for learning and research, I came across a great site. has created a comprehensive list of knowledge management and mind/concept mapping products at: