This intriguing mind map enables you to store interesting tweets from the Twitter social media service and follow-up with them later.
Archives for July 2010
Here is a visual map of the reports, videos and resources I’ve added to the Mind Mapping Insider membership program since it was launched in April.
A growing number of knowledge workers are enjoying the flexibility of working in locations other than an office. What does this imply for mind mapping software?
In a new special report, I provide an illustrated step-by-step guide to sharing your mind maps on your blog or website.
There is a growing tendency of get rich quick scam artists who promise to include a mind map as part of their information products. I don’t like it. Here’s why.
During my recent audio interview with Roger C. Parker, author of the Published & Profitable Blog and book writing and publishing guru extraordinaire, he shared a cool little mind mapping trick that helps him to stay focused when writing a book.
How mind mapping “shakes things up” and helps you to pull ahead while others are still pulling back from uncertainty.
During the past month or so, Gideon King at NovaMind has been detailing the features that will be coming soon in NovaMind 5 for Mac OS X. As expected, this innovative new release pushes the envelope in numerous areas in terms of functionality, and makes the most of the highly visual Mac interface.
Earlier this week, Mindjet announced that it will release the newest version of its flagship mind mapping program, MindManager 9, in early August. Here’s a summary of what’s new in MindManager 9, and why it’s important to you as a business user of mind mapping software.
Mind mapping applications – particularly those that are web-based – offer some awesome potential for large-scale, real-time collaboration. Here are two stories from Spinscape that illustrate what’s already possible.