Mind maps

Mindmapinspiration’s Gallery

Sep 20th, 2009 | By
Mindmapinspiration’s Gallery

Mindmapinspiration has a Gallery and, as usual with Paul Foreman’s inspiring work, it’s great.  A worthy addition to mind-mapping.org’s Mind Map Libraries. Check it out. Vic Gee Google



Libraries of Mind Maps (updated)

Aug 11th, 2009 | By
Libraries of Mind Maps (updated)

Have you noticed the growth of sites featuring libraries of mind maps on the web?  I’ve just published a page collecting information about these. I’ve has this on my ToDo list for far too long and yesterday I finally put it to bed here: The Mind-mapping.org Mind Map Libraries List.  When I say “finally” I mean
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Interesting hand made mind maps

Sep 25th, 2008 | By

My focus at mind-mapping.org is on software-made mind maps – well obviously, I do claim this as “the master list of mind mapping and information management software”, after all.  But in the past, I have pointed readers of this blog at a couple of resources for attractive hand made maps.  Now, here’s some more: A collection of hand made mind
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Moving notice

Jun 16th, 2008 | By

No, it’s not me that’s moving.  Nor this blog.  I just heard from that exciting producer and publisher of hand-drawn mindmaps, Paul Foreman, that his site has moved to http://www.mindmapinspiration.co.uk  Although his site is not mentioned in mind-mapping.org because that focuses on articles and mind mapping software, it has a well-deserved place on my list of
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Valuable & captivating study resource

Mar 27th, 2008 | By
Valuable & captivating study resource

Here’s a carefully put together and attractive analysis of mind mapping for learning: Here is the “Study Matrix 101 – Advanced Mind Mapping Strategies“. A full-size pdf version is available for download as well. It’s not just a pretty picture — there is a substantial accompanying article. Vic Google



Singapore claims world-beating mind map

Nov 24th, 2007 | By
Singapore claims world-beating mind map

Singapore has claimed that a two-tennis-court sized mindmap all about Singapore itself, is the world’s largest: http://blogist.wordpress.com/2007/11/17/worlds-largest-mind-map-unveiled/ There are hints of an even larger one (“well over the size of a football field”) here: http://pkab.wordpress.com/2007/11/13/capturing-the-second-life-worlds-information-in-one-giant-map/ but that’s in Second Life, so it’s virtual.  I’d call that pushing the claim a bit, wouldn’t you? Vic Google



ConceptDraw’s mind-map sharing site

Nov 13th, 2007 | By

Our friends at ConceptDraw* have just announced an interesting new site for sharing mind maps over at mindmappedia.com (mindmapwiki.com takes you to the same place). They accept maps in many file formats, not just their own ConceptDraw.  MindManager, VisualMind, NovaMind, MindGenius, iMindMap and FreeMind maps can all be submitted.  You can also submit mind maps in image form, including
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