Category: Mind Mapping


Reading Time: < 1 minute Chuck Frey recently posted about an interesting application called WikiMindMap that represents Wikipedia entries in a mindmap format. WikiMindMap is a tool to browse easily and efficiently in Wiki content, inspired by the mindmap technique. Wiki pages in large public wiki’s, such as wikipedia, have become rich and complex documents. Thus, it is not allways…
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Recommended Mind Mapping Blogs and Resources

Reading Time: < 1 minute Mindjet just published a list of recommended blogs focusing on mind mapping. I’m happy to say that my blog made it on the list, and some of my more popular mind mapping articles were featured. I also discovered some new blogs that I wasn’t aware of. If you’re interested in mind mapping, please do check…
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Mind Mapping on Theatre of the Mind

Reading Time: < 1 minute I recently came across a really fascinating Podcast on iTunes called Theatre of the Mind by Kelly Howell. The podcast I just finished listening to (originally produced last April) was on mind mapping and featured Michael Gelb, author of a number of books on creativity, accelerated learning, and mind mapping. Here’s an overview of the…
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A Call To Action: The Need For A Common Mind Map File Format

Reading Time: 3 minutes Where We Are Call it a case of stating the obvious, but It seems like mind mapping has become more popular than ever. With the recent explosion of web-based mind mapping products (MindMeister, Mindomo, and others), there is going to be a great opportunity to bring mind maps to the masses. Mind mapping is not…
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MindMeister – Sharing Mind Maps On Your Blog

Reading Time: < 1 minute After reading Chuck’s feature matrix of the latest web-based mind map applications, I discovered that MindMeister allows you to easily share and embed your mind maps on your blog. This does require a premium subscription (~ $50 USD per year), but I figured I’d give it a shot. I imported an old mind map that…
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Review of Web-Based Mind Mapping Software

Reading Time: < 1 minute Chuck Frey recently published an article that shows a side-by-side feature comparision of some of the latest web-based mind map applications. The reviewed applications include Mindomo, MindMeister,, and Thinkature.

Omega Mapping Revisited

Reading Time: < 1 minute Since I originally discovered Omega Mapping a couple weeks ago, Vitaly Kolesnik has created a more detailed article in English. You can read at:

Mind Mapping and GTD Podcast

Reading Time: < 1 minute I just caught a great article on Chuck Frey’s blog. Dan Keldsen of BizTechTalk has posted an article and podcast on the topics of mind mapping and getting things done.

Use Mind Maps to Achieve Your Goals

Reading Time: 4 minutes Why is it that the beginning of the year always feels electrical with the excitement of *this year* being the one where you achieve all of your most important goals? Like most people, starting on New Year’s, I spend time thinking about my goals, write many of them down, and start taking action. While I…
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Omega Mapping: A Creative Twist on Traditional Mind Maps

Reading Time: < 1 minute I recently found out that CS Odessa, makers of ConceptDraw MindMap, have a new blog called ConceptDraw Lab. Yesterday, AlexTG posted an intriguing article about a new thinking technique called Omega Mapping. The original article on Omega Mapping is in Russian, so AlexTG was gracious enough to provide a summary of the post in English.…
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