Sunday, January 2, 2011

Day 2 of the Web 2.0 Project

See I told you, I'd never be able to handle 365 photos in a year. Heck, I almost missed this post! Today I want to tell you about a terrific thought mapping tool: Mind42. You are probably quite familiar with the idea of outlining your thoughts on paper as a "map" and may have even used some desktop applications to assist you. What makes unique is that you can choose to make your maps collaborative, inviting others to work with you during your thought process. Other great features include the ability to attach files and images to nodes, as well as notes and hyperlinks. These features give true power to . You can also publish your map to the web allowing others to view your work. You may also choose to export your map as a PDF or a jpeg (other options are available), which could than be easily included in a research paper. I have often used Mind42 to organize my thoughts for a prevention and then am left with a nice list of links I can share with attendees. It's also a great way to get over writer's block when blogging. Anything that requires thought processing Mind42 can assist you with. So next time you need to organize your thoughts give a try.
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