Archive for October 2008

Normalizing mind mapping

Oct 15th, 2008 | By

A few days ago, I blogged about my competition for suggestions to expand the population of mind mappers exponentially.  It’s time to give my thoughts, though I’m not an entrant in the competition. We have to ‘normalize’ mind mapping; make it seem like something that people do as a matter of course. When Tom Cruise controlled
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Where is mind mapping software going?

Oct 11th, 2008 | By

Chuck Frey, over at his blog, asks what future mind mapping software should look look like.  He predicts that: – Connectivity with Web 2.0 applications will play a growing role – Connectivity with corporate data sources will be essential – A more unified approach to searching and displaying rich content within a mind map is inevitable – Mind mapping software will increasingly enable users to manage their attention more productively,
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Win a free copy of iMindMap and help spread mind mapping

Oct 4th, 2008 | By
Win a free copy of iMindMap and help spread mind mapping

I have a free license for Buzan’s iMindmap* to give away for the best answer to a competition.  This is it: Many, many people have never heard of mind mapping.  Others have heard of it but have no idea what it is or how it might help them. Write a comment to this post (and/or send a mind map!) suggesting how to achieve exponential growth in the numbers of people doing mind mapping.  This
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