Update: Competition now closed. Vic is analyzing the excellent suggestions, deciding
what is most practical and preparing a post with the results and winners.
Add a comment here answering the following two questions about Mind-mapping.org and you might win one of the five licences for iMindMap 5 Ultimate that I have to give away:
- Which is the most useful part of Mind-mapping.org to you at present?
- How could I improve Mind-mapping.org? Focus on which improvement you would most like to see, but feel free to make general suggestions as well.
The five most useful replies, in my judgement, will win a full license for ThinkBuzan’s iMindMap 5 Ultimate. That is the new, much-enhanced version released earlier this month. The winner can claim it for themselves, or, if they already have the software, nominate someone else to receive a license.
Mind-mapping.org is a personal interest, developing it has been fitted into my spare time since 2006, so suggestions should take that into account. For example, a proposal that I should post a detailed review of every piece of software here would not be a winner, because it would represent close to a year’s full time work.
In case you don’t know the full extent of Mind-mapping.org, here’s a map – take a look round (click map for larger version):
You can find plenty of links to explore from the front page.
The deadline for submissions will be May 5th 2011 and winners will be announced on May 6th, the one-month anniversary of iMindMap 5’s release.
If you’re on Twitter and tweet about mapping topics,
tweet me — I’d love to know and follow you.