Monday, December 17, 2007

MindMapPedia mindmap

MindMapPedia mindmap:

MindMapPedia is a worldwide library of mind maps, created by people like you, who are eager to share their work with others. First introduced in the 1960s by author and researcher Tony Buzan, these maps are a visual—and highly practical—way of representing knowledge. Today, people from all over the world, in all professions, are discovering the value of using mind maps to unlock creativity, generate new ideas, solve problems, and formulate plans. Business professionals, scientists, artists, students, teachers, and countless others use mind maps to uncover new knowledge, gain self-awareness, plan, strategize, write books, and even to increase their income.


2 comments:

sanych said...

is it any different from Mappio - MindMap Library?

Mark Rauterkus said...

Thanks for the link.

I'm not sure.