Social Networking Category

Lisa Harvey Roach is a Certified Idea Mapping Instructor as of April 2008. We met when I was teaching the Idea Mapping Courses at ACH (Ford subsidiary) in 2007. In the summer of 2008 each certified instructor was given a blog as part of their certification. This week Lisa and I finally had a chance […]

Social Networking – Part 2

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Several days ago I started posting about my journey into social networking. Once I got a basic understanding of Digg, Squidoo, Flickr, LinkedIn, I added other bookmarking and networking sites such as, StumbleUpon, Technorati, Reddit, Propeller, Google, Slashdot, and ThisNext. I went in kicking and screaming when I was told by my web designer […]

Social Networking – Part One

In: Social Networking

I was first introduced to the world of social networking three years ago by the owner of Urban Verve — the company that designed my website and this blog. I started out slowly by learning to digg, got linked in, built a squidoo lens, and put idea maps and workshop photos into flickr. My digg […]

Hint #14 revolves around trying to capture information in your idea map when your brain is working faster than you can write or type. It is easy to forget an idea in this situation. Rather than getting frustrated about losing this brilliant thought, simply draw an empty branch where you think that idea was going […]

Flickr is a site where you can upload your photos and other files. Most of the idea maps from this blog’s inception (and some others) can be seen at a glance on my page. It’s an easy way to scan through many — even though the descriptions are more complete on the blog. The squidoo […]

On May 14, 2007 I announced the new Idea Mapping Squidoo Lens. It has begun to take shape, but I still have lots to learn. Amazingly, this lens has already jumped to #29 in the business rankings and #326 overall out of over 153,000 lenses. If you’d like to visit this lens in its newer […]

Everyone should be fortunate enough to have a web designer that keeps technically stretching their clients. Today Cornel Ivanescu, founder of Urban Verve, added some new features to this blog. At the bottom of each posting you can now decide whether the posting was a great item to stumble upon, maybe you think it is […]

In: Social Networking

This website called 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 […]

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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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