Mindjet Blog Reviews Idea Mapping Book

18 Oct 2006 In: Book Review, Mindjet

Click here to see Hobie Swan’s recent comments on the Idea Mapping book.

Vince Stamey is a Project Manager for an Ohio Investment Firm. He has submitted a new Idea Map for viewing titled “Info Management & E-Mail Compliance Review”. To view his map click here.

The Wikipedia entry for “Brainstorming” now includes a brief overview of the Team Idea Mapping Method as discussed in Chapter 9 of Idea Mapping.

Jay Cross, author of Informal Learning, is putting together a Gallery of Exemplary Learning Graphics for the Learning 2006 Conference in Orlando, FL. The conference is hosted by Elliott Masie and is co-sponsored by ASTD.

Included in Jay’s gallery will be several idea maps including one from Debbie Showler of Whitby, Ontario, Megan Clark of Manchester, MI, and one of mine. If I can link you to the other Graphics examples, I will do that as well.

Mindjet has made this recording available along with the Webinar Resources. We had 460 attendees in this session. Click here if you would like to here the webinar.

Today’s webinar sponsored by Mindjet and hosted by Jamie Nast was recorded for your convenience and can be heard from WebEx by clicking here. Idea maps and other supporting materials will be available in the next day or two by going to www.mindjet.com/events.

On Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 10am Pacific Time, Jamie Nast will host a 1-hour web seminar titled “The Power of Collaboration”. Joining Jamie’s panelists will be two guests:

  • Kaizad Irani from Parkland College in Champaign, IL – Kaizad will be sharing his map and story about the design of the “World Trade Center Memorial Park”.
  • M. Kumar from BP’s Cherry Point Refinery in Blaine, WA – Kumar will share his map and story about the collaboration around what he calls the “Simulator Project”.

Although we have over 800 registered, technology has no limits on the number of participants! Join us for a fascinating hour of activities and learning. To register click here.


25 Sep 2006 In: Social Networking

This website called www.digg.com calls for public opinion on whether people “Digg” or choose to “Bury” various bits of information, photos, stories, etc, on these topics: Science, World & Business, Technology, Sports, Entertainment, and Gaming. Your voting determines the popularity of the information.

Here is the link to the Idea Mapping ad copy that was put on this site to see if it could gain some publicity. You do have to register to vote, but it’s pretty painless. I just tried it out for myself. If you have trouble finding the ad after you register, search on this topic “Hilarious ad copy for Idea Mapping Book” under Business. If you like the ad, then click on “Digg it!” Lot’s of other fun things to see while you are at their site.

Many of you have been asking to see a Table of Contents (TOC) on Amazon. It is on its way! It just takes a short bit of time after Amazon receives the Idea Mapping book. Once they have a chance to scan the first couple of pages, the TOC will become available under the “Search Inside the Book” feature. Thank you for such enthusiastic interest!

Idea Mapping – Book Review by Chuck Frey

22 Sep 2006 In: Book Review

Chuck Frey has posted an excellent review on his Mind Mapping Software Weblog. Thanks Chuck!!

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The purpose of this blog is to share idea mapping examples and related learning from my Idea Mapping, Memory, Speed Reading, and Certification Workshops. This blog is dedicated to my Certified Idea Mapping Instructors, my clients, Mind Mapping and Idea Mapping practitioners around the globe.




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