More Mind Mapping Resources

On Tuesday, I wrote about some web-based mind-mapping services I had run across.  I didn’t discover until later that Mary Jaksch at Write to Done had written about mind mapping on Monday in a post titled “How to Use a Genius Tool for Writers:  Mind Maps.”  In addition to including a video of Tony Buzan explaining why mind maps work, discussing hand-drawn mind maps, and reviewing some desktop mind mapping applications, she lists the following web-based services that I didn’t include in my post:  “Isn’t 42 the answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything? Well, in this case it means FOR TWO and indicates the collaborative character of mind42. Manage all your ideas, whether alone, twosome or working together with the whole world – collaborative, browser-based and for free.”  “Try online mind mapping together with your friends and colleagues – simply using your browser.”

Video:  “Collaborative web-based mind mapping – Comapping

One response to “More Mind Mapping Resources

  1. I have a summary of information about all the mind mapping web applications (browser based) spread over 4 pages here:

    The master list of mind mapping &
    information management software