Twheel is a new Twitter app for the iPhone and iPad that helps users manage information overload by arranging tweets in a map-like visual format that is a fascinating study in data visualization.
If you cultivate your social media relationships with care, you can develop a personal learning network that will put you in contact with a steady stream of valuable ideas. So says Howard Rheingold, a critic, writer, and teacher who specializes in researching and sharing his findings on the cultural, social and political implications of modern communication.
Twitter intergration has finally come to the world of mind mapping software, thanks to CS Odessa’s new MindTweet plug-in for ConceptDraw MINDMAP 7. This new tool enables you to brainstorm, organize and send Twitter messages from within the program.
In this new report, I’ll walk you through a common-sense process for developing a social media strategy, using a mind map.
This intriguing mind map enables you to store interesting tweets from the Twitter social media service and follow-up with them later.
Twitter is a great place to build a network of people who share common interests, to help each other find answers to pressing questions, commiserate or simply chat about life. Here’s a simple but powerful way to use mind mapping software to help you build more effective Twitter relationships.
Here is a new mind map that gathers over 80 of the best mind mapping resources into a single visual map that you can use as a jumping-off point for exploration.
Social Media Chat is an online community that is devoted to discussing social media and how it can be applied to business. The group runs a Ning forum, as well as a weekly 2-hour chat via Twitter. Yesterday, the group focused on “mind mapping 101,” and I was the invited guest expert.
At work, I’m managing a new social media project that will involve Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, YouTube and Flickr. So I created a dashboard map in MindManager 8 to make it easy for me to capture the key measurables for each service. I genericized it so I could share it with you on this blog.
The mind mapping community has adopted the social networking tool Twitter big-time, with at least 18 bloggers, developers and mind mapping enthusiasts active on this social networking tool. It has quickly evolved into a wonderful tool for (briefly) sharing ideas and resources, and for networking with other like-minded people. Here’s a list of the people who are “tweeting” about mind mapping, and links to help you to explore what they’re talking about.