Category: Visualization

Genealogy of Influence

Reading Time: < 1 minute I discovered an interesting project today on The Genealogy of Influence project is an effort to document and visualize the creative influences of great thinkers and artists. The is of great interest to me, since I’ve had a similar idea that’s been on my “pet project” list for some time now.

Integral Diagrams

Reading Time: < 1 minute I discovered a comprehensive collection of diagrams related to Integral Philosophy and Ken Wilber. Flickr Integral Diagrams Set Integral Diagrams Blog

Rediscover Wikipedia: Enter PathWay, A Visual and Relational Browser

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve been using a great application for the last few months and I figured I would share my thoughts. Like most people, I use Wikipedia as a major source for research. One of the challenges I’ve always had though is getting caught up in “information serendipity”. I tend to start reading one thing, and eventually…
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Tiny Earth

Reading Time: < 1 minute This video helps put things into perspective.

World History Timeline – WOW!

Reading Time: < 1 minute Now this is an amazing timeline poster! I’d like to see somebody try to create a digital version of this using Simile Timeline. 😉

Vision Statement: The Power of Goal Visualization

Reading Time: 3 minutes Update: I’ve created my own vision statement, and posted here. I found an amazing video this evening on A gentleman from Australia named Malcolm Cohan has put together a fantastic production titled “Think It So” that illustrates the power of goal visualization. You can visit his website here. Or, his YouTube page here. His…
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Visual History of Religion

Reading Time: < 1 minute Maps of War has created a visual timeline of the History of Religion. It’s interesting to see 5,000 years of history in 90 seconds. Check it out.

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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How To Discover Music You Like (For Free!)

Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the last few years, I’d say that my musical taste has expanded quite a bit. I now listen to artists and genres that I probably wouldn’t have given a chance before. This is in large part to my Rhapsody subscription. Rhapsody can recommend music in a few different ways: My Rhapsody – recommends new…
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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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