ThinkBuzan launched iMindMap 5 last week. It contains some new and enhanced business-focused functionality that wasn’t even in the beta version I reviewed last month.
ThinkBuzan has announced that it will release a major new version 5 of its iMindMap mind mapping software in February, plus a new map sharing website called iMindMap Online.
iMindMap, the mind mapping software program offered by ThinkBuzan, has some unique and powerful capabilities that you may not be aware of. Here are 8 of them.
ThinkBuzan is the latest developer of mind mapping software to launch an iPad app, iMindMap Mobile HD. This innovative tool brings the organic experience of creating visual maps in the highly intuitive iMindMap to the tactile environment of Apple’s popular iPad.
ThinkBuzan, the developer of iMindMap, has announced that it is developing a version of its iMindMap Mobile app for the iPad. A paid version of iMindMap Mobile, with enhanced export options, is also under development.
ThinkBuzan recently announced that Tony Buzan, the inventor of mind mapping, will be coming to the U.S. in May to host a variety of exclusive talks, training events and accredited courses.
It’s tempting to regard mind mapping as yet another right-brained thinking technique that enables us to tap into the creative side of our marvelous brains. But that would be selling it short.
The results are now in on the Most Improved Mind Mapping Survey of 2009. The winner is… well, actually, you’ll have to read the blog post to discover who the winner is, and who appears to be gaining fast on the front-runner!
Mind Maps for Business: Revolutionize Your Business Thinking and Practice is a new book from Tony Buzan and Chris Griffiths, CEO and Founder of Buzan Online, that shows you how to develop your visual thinking skills core business areas, including project management, selling and leadership.
Brainstorming – developing and capturing creative ideas – is a primary use of mind mapping software. Here are 5 mind mapping tools that do the best job of supporting brainstorming, in my opinion