LinkFacts is an intriguing semantic mapping tool that’s designed to organize large quantities of information. I recently interviewed its developer to learn about the thinking behind it.
After losing everything in the banking meltdown of 2008, former pro football player John Diggs used mind mapping to set himself on a solid path to renewed success. In this interview, he shares his life story – and the transformational difference mind mapping played in his inspiring comeback.
I recently interviewed business breakthrough strategist Bill Gluth, who explains how he uses mind mapping software to supercharge his consulting practice.
Are you a victim of information overwhelm? It has very real consequences for your brain: It increases stress and makes it almost impossible for you to think creatively and productively. That’s why Jon Ward created Braincat, a web-based thinking tool that can help you absorb, organize and make sense out of the deluge of knowledge, data and information that’s coming at you.
Tacit knowledge is undervalued by most executives. But it’s potentially one of the most valuable assets any organization owns, according to a Canadian lawyer. Here’s how his firm uses mind mapping software to capture and manage it.
Recently, the developers of MindGenius announced that it was converting Barvas, its online mind mapping and agile project management tool, into MindGenius Online. To help you better understand this transition and the thinking behind it, I recently spoke with marketing director Fiona Macintyre: Chuck Frey: Why did you originally develop Barvas? What was the vision […]
The iPad Pro, with its high-resolution screen, and the Apple Pencil are a digital sketchnoting match made in heaven. So says sketchnoting guru Mike Rohde.
Have you ever wished for a mind mapping application that can help you plan and execute your writing faster? WriteMapper can help, with it’s no-nonsense design, practical features and support for multiple document formats – including markdown.
Mind Map AR is a new augmented reality (AR) mind mapping application, available for Android smart phones and iPhones in the near future. It displays topics and their connections in 3D, displayed over the top of your camera’s view. I recently interviewed the developer to learn more about this fascinating new smartphone application.
Mind maps recently added an intriguing new element to the TEDxBristol event in the UK, thanks to Mind Doodle, a web-based mind mapping tool.