As you probably already know, one of Twitter’s shortcomings is that it is something like dipping your toes into a fast-moving river of tips, insights, status updates and much more. It’s ike trying to drink from a firehose, as the saying goes. A tweet you read an hour ago has scrolled out of view, and may not be all that easy to save, depending upon which application you’re using to view your “tweetstream.”
This simple mind map elegantly solves that problem.
In my latest report in the Effective Mind Maps series, we’ll take a closer look at what’s notable about this mind map, as well as some ways to improve it. I also analyze how well six major mind mapping programs support dragging and dropping the text of tweets and their URLs to this type of mind map. The results will surprise you!
In these reports, I deconstruct mind maps and analyze what’s good about them and what could be improved – all in the interest of helping you to understand the principles of effective mind map design.
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