Posts Tagged ‘clickable map’

An overview map of Facebook

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Have you become lost in Facebook? I have. So I started mapping it out. I have been using Facebook to advertise another venture and I needed to be more careful with my postings. This is the summary map. Click it to see the detail.

Facebook Overview Summary

Facebook Overview Summary

It’s work in progress. There is more to understand on the left hand side.

What is missing? What doesn’t make sense?

MindManager Macro’s can save you lots of time

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Stop reading this if you are a Mindjet Web, Mac or Mobile user, it’s applicable for Windows users only.

Since MindManager 2002 you have been able to write macros to speed up your use of MindManager. I use them for tasks I do repeatedly which are not easily accomplished using select and the Ribbon or right-click Context Menu tools.

MindManager Hyperlink Context Menu

Hyperlink Context Menu

For example I produce maps which I export to the web so the world or a private group can use the content. Generally I like the hyperlinked topics to be in blue and bold, to highlight to the users of a clickable image map, that there is a link there. It is possible to select all hyperlinked topics using the Find tool and apply bold and blue to the font. (Open the Find > Options menu, tick the hyperlinks box and find “http://”) But I noticed Nigel Goult at Olympic Limited has a page called Mindjet Macros (FREE) page and it reminded of his expertise in this area.  To make my clickable image maps more search friendly, I also realised that I wanted the Alt text of the exported links to be the Topic Text and not the URL. A Skype conversation with him turned around the following macros very quickly:

I subsequently created another macro from these by copying and editing:

Download the macro by clicking the text.

I was also able to add the macros to the right-click menu of a hyperlink icon on a topic as shown in the menu above.

How do you do this?

MindManager Macro Organiser pane

MindManager Macro Organiser pane

Well the easiest route is to ask Nigel but you may wish to have a go yourself.  Open up the Macro Editor. It’s at the end of the View ribbon.  It’s similar to Visual Basic.

To use a Macro you need to add it to the applications using the View > Macros > Organize Macros tool.  I save my macros in a sub-folder of my user directory called My Mindjet/Macros (It also contains folders for all my Templates and Styles which I use via the Package Folders tool).  You will find a couple of macros already listed. Use the Add button to add a Macro file.

Macro Modify Menu

Macro Modify Menu

In the Macro pane you can add a macro to an existing menu. There are lots to choose from. The Hyperlink context Menu is appropriate for mine. You can also run macros directly from the Macro Organiser.  Also Activity Owner has an Add In called MyMapMacros for adding macros to the Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar.

Editing macros can be done with the Macro Editor or a text editor. I simplified one of the macros Nigel produced for me. I made a copy of the macro file with a new name and removed a couple of lines from the code to stop the bold and blue commands:

tSelectedTopic.Hyperlink.TextToDisplay = tSelectedTopic.Text
tSelectedTopic.TextColor.SetARGB(255,0,0,255)
tSelectedTopic.Font.Bold=True

became

tSelectedTopic.Hyperlink.TextToDisplay = tSelectedTopic.Text

If you have something you do repeatedly which can be automated consider using macros. You could save yourself a lot of time and scratching of the head whilst thinking how did I do that last time.

Do you have any macros to share or a requirement?

Mindjet and the Web – Rapidly assembling knowledge – The video

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

This is my cut from a Visual Thinking Hub webinar in which I show how to use MindManager or Mindjet for Windows to create a knowledge map about a subject. The techniques of drag and drop or copy and paste for text, links and images from web pages are also applicable to files and folders on your local PC and network drives. This functionality has been in MindManager for more than a decade. You will also see how to use the map parts to add search results to your map ( a recent addition about five years ago). For a map outlining the video content please visit my previous blog

If you have any questions, please use the comment form below.

Mindjet or MindManager and the Web – Rapidly assembling knowledge

Mindjet and the Web – Rapidly assembling knowledge

Friday, July 5th, 2013

The map below summarises a webinar given to the Visual Thinking Hub on the 3 July 2013.

In summary: Its tips for getting links from web pages and web sites on to your web using simple drag and drop, toolbar buttons and active map parts.  It really is very easy, quick and immensely powerful.

Links to video will be added.

Mindjet and the Web Rapidly assembling knowledge
Right Click - Send to Mindjet - Internet Explorer Right Click - Send to Mindjet - Internet Explorer http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-june-8th-and-we-have-published-our-2014-calendar/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-june-8th-and-we-have-published-our-2014-calendar/ Download Mindjet map file of Cycle parts and shops Download Mindjet map file of Cycle parts and shops http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-winchester-6-april/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-winchester-6-april/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/itchen-abbas-2-march-2013-probably-the-most-people-in-the-room/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/itchen-abbas-2-march-2013-probably-the-most-people-in-the-room/ The Social Network Map Parts are for Facebook and MySpace. What about Ecademy and LinkedIn The Social Network Map Parts are for Facebook and MySpace. What about Ecademy and LinkedIn Download Mindjet map file of Cabre's WordPress web site Download Mindjet map file of Cabre's WordPress web site Dragging and Dropping Files from  Windows File Explorer to MindManager Maps - 1 minute video Dragging and Dropping Files from  Windows File Explorer to MindManager Maps - 1 minute video Download the Rapidly Assembling Knowledge Mindjet Map Download the Rapidly Assembling Knowledge Mindjet Map To set up a feed from Conspire, use http://blog.mindjet.com/feed/ To set up a feed from Conspire, use http://blog.mindjet.com/feed/ Constructing an Outlook Query in MindManager 9 - Applications of MindManager Constructing an Outlook Query in MindManager 9 - Applications of MindManager Constructing an Outlook Query in MindManager 9 - Applications of MindManager Constructing an Outlook Query in MindManager 9 - Applications of MindManager Auctions in a Day - Central Hampshire Auctions in a Day - Central Hampshire Using drag and drop to create your view of a web site - Applications of MindManager Blog Using drag and drop to create your view of a web site - Applications of MindManager Blog Creating RSS Feeds in MindManager Map Parts - Applications of MindManager blog Creating RSS Feeds in MindManager Map Parts - Applications of MindManager blog Download Mindjet map file of Cabre's WordPress admin menu links Download Mindjet map file of Cabre's WordPress admin menu links Windows Snippling Tool Windows Snippling Tool http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-4th-may-at-itchen-abbas/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-4th-may-at-itchen-abbas/ Using MindManager for price comparisons from on-line shops - Applications of MindManager Blog Using MindManager for price comparisons from on-line shops - Applications of MindManager Blog http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-at-badger-farm-6-april/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/next-auction-at-badger-farm-6-april/ My basic tips for using MindManager to manage information - Applications of MindManager blog My basic tips for using MindManager to manage information - Applications of MindManager blog http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-itchen-abbas-4th-may/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-itchen-abbas-4th-may/ Managing Files and Folders with MindManager Managing Files and Folders with MindManager http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-badger-farm-8th-june-2013/ http://www.auctionsinaday.co.uk/review-of-the-auction-at-badger-farm-8th-june-2013/ Andrew Wilcox LinkedIn profile Andrew Wilcox LinkedIn profile

To help search engines find this page and those with impaired vision to “read” the map.

The image map content is repeated below as a text outline in one or two columns.

Mindjet and the Web Rapidly assembling knowledge


1. Internet Explorer Button

1.1 New, Open or Select a Mindjet map

1.2 Select a topic

1.3 Open Internet Explorer

1.4 Navigate to a relevant page

1.5 Click the Mindjet Button


2. Mindjet Browser

2.1 New, Open or Select a map

2.2 Open Browser pane

2.3 Navigate to a relevant page

2.3.1 Andrew Wilcox | LinkedIn
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2.4 Click the link button


3. Right Click – Send to Mindjet

3.1 Link

3.2 Image

3.3 Page

3.4 Untitled


4. Drag and Drop

4.1 URLs

4.1.1 From anywhere on a web page

4.2 Images

4.2.1 Unlinked

4.2.2 Linked
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4.2.2.1 Will not work. You get the link.


5. Copy and Paste

5.1 Ctrl-K

5.2 Snipping Tool
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6. Examples

6.1 Cycles
See related topics and documents

6.1.1 Using MindManager for price comparisons from on-line shops

6.2 Web site

6.2.1 Using drag and drop to create your view of a web site

6.3 WordPress Admin

6.3.1 Use Find and Replace (hyperlinks) to point links to your web site


7. Map Parts

7.1 Web Services – Search

7.1.1 Google

7.1.1.1 Either

7.1.1.1.1 Add to topic and it will search for the topic text

7.1.1.1.2 Or edit the search text in dialogue

7.1.2 Facebook

7.1.2.1 The Social Network Map Parts are for Facebook and MySpace. What about Ecademy and LinkedIn

7.1.2.1.1 Untitled

7.1.2.1.2 Untitled

7.2 News Feed

7.2.1 Auctions in a Day
Bring in the morning – Sell in the afternoon at
Itchen Abbas nr Alresford and Badger Farm in Winchester
See related topics and documents

7.2.1.1 Review of the Auction at Badger Farm 8th June 2013
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 10:24:22 +0000
The New Room Layout at Badger Farm Another bumper
auction.  Nearly 300 lots were sold. We had a surprise with
lot 110, a collection drawing instruments and a beret sold for
£400. The photo below does not reveal the WWII
Paratrooper’s cap badge on the other side of the Red
Beret. Secondly we changed the […]

7.2.1.2 Next Auction June 8th and we have published our 2014 calendar
Sun, 02 Jun 2013 21:28:45 +0000
SHOCK ONE: the sun has been out all weekend and
the long-term weather forecast says it will be the same next
Saturday for our auction. Don’t go to the beach.
Don’t go to the New Forest. Come to our auction and
perhaps you will be able to pop to Sainsburys at 5pm and buy the
[…]

7.2.1.3 Review of the Auction at Itchen Abbas 4th May
Sun, 05 May 2013 11:16:07 +0000
A full room of bidders at Itchen Abbas On a sunny
afternoon at the village hall, 412 lots were photographed and
mostly sold. We had our highest total sales in our nearly 10 years
of auctions. One seller approached a £1,000 worth of sales.
They also had the highest value item in the sale at […]

7.2.1.4 Next Auction 4th May at Itchen Abbas between Winchester and Alresford
Wed, 24 Apr 2013 11:01:07 +0000
  Best to book if you are planning to
sell at this auction. Please contact Bob on 01962 733475 or Claire
on 01962 734941. Please note delivery times for lots have been
revised to 09:30 to 10:30. We expect there to be between 350 and
450 lots on sale from 2pm. The quality of lots […]

7.2.1.5 Review of the Auction at Winchester 6 April
Sun, 07 Apr 2013 22:54:25 +0000
Another busy auction at Badger Farm Community
Centre. We had 365 lots to sell.  Giving us time to sell the
items at about 120 lots per hour.  The result was a higher
percentage of sold items and the average value went up as
well.  This benefited our sellers, who are the principal
clients of the […]

7.2.1.6 Next Auction at Badger Farm 6 April
Fri, 22 Mar 2013 21:14:01 +0000
If you are planning to sell, have you booked a
table? Phone one of the numbers above or send an email. Bob will be
away for this one. So we will be slightly more stretched than
usual. There were still many lots which did not sell at the last
auction. We will be stricter about […]

7.2.1.7 Itchen Abbas – 2 March 2013 – Probably the most people in the room!
Mon, 04 Mar 2013 21:34:29 +0000
The auction room soon filled with lots and we had
to turn some unbooked sellers away. We are comfortable with 400
lots but we lotted 460 plus today. Thank you to those that arrived
early or on time for the viewing session at 12:30 and sat quietly
while we completed the lotting and photography. Just […]

7.2.2 Creating RSS Feeds in MindManager Map Parts

7.2.3 To set up a feed from Conspire, use http://blog.mindjet.com/feed/


8. Also

8.1 File Explorer

8.1.1 Managing Files and Folders with MindManager
See related topics and documents

8.1.2 Dragging and Dropping Files from Windows File Explorer to MindManager Maps

8.2 Outlook

8.2.1 emails

8.2.2 task

8.2.3 appointments

8.2.4 contacts

8.2.5 folders

8.2.6 Constructing an Outlook Query in MindManager 9

8.2.7 New Outlook Query Functions in MindManager 9

8.3 SharePoint

8.4 Mindjet Tasks

8.5 My basic tips for using MindManager to manage information

Using drag and drop to create your view of a web site

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
  • WordPress links for CabreHave you ever lost your way navigating someone’s web site or even your own?
  • Do you need a better way of bookmarking the pages you use visit frequently?
  • Do you want to make notes about a page?
  • Do you need a mnemonic to help you remember a password?
  • Do you need to store a signature, some code or other piece of text you want to use on that web site?

MindManager can help you do this.

The key tool is using drag and drop to copy URLs and title text from a web page to the map.  Try it:

  • Drag the favicon next to the URL in the address bar on to your map. You will get a new topic with the meta tag title of the web page and a hyperlink.
  • Drag a menu item from a web page to your map and you get a similar result.
  • Drag any linked item on a web page to the map.
  • You can use this to add floating topics or insert a subtopic.
  • If drag onto a topic, just the link is added to the topic.

That’s how this map was created.

Now for something even more useful, the links on the map below of Cabre’s WordPress admin pages won’t work for you (except for the one bottom right to WooCommerce – Docs). But you can download this map WordPress Links for Cabre.mmap, use  Replace in MindManager to replace all the “http://www.cabre.co.uk/” with “http://www.yourwordpresssite.com/”  and this map will work with your WordPress site to. :) Make sure your have the hyperlinks box ticked in the Options section of the Replace pop up. ;)

This is a clickable image map export of the MindManager map. Use the scroll bars to view the map in detail.  Hover your mouse over the topics to see the links. My third tip on this blog is use the iFrame plugin for WordPress to display clickable image maps.

  • Upload the clickable map web export folder for your map to a web server.
  • Point the iFrame short code to the index.html file in the folder.
  • Edit the img src in the index.html file to point at the image file in the folder.
  • Edit any links to LinkedDocuments in the index.html file to point at the sub-folder you uploaded.

Add <i>scrolling=”yes”</i> to the short code parameters  to get the scroll bars.

Sharing Your Mindjet MindManager Maps with the Clickable Image Web Export

Friday, June 21st, 2013

A couple of days ago I posted my record of the first Visual Thinking Webinar on Conference Reaction.  I received a few how did you do that questions. This is an extended answer to those questions.

Sharing your MindManager Maps with the Clickable Image Export
Download Mindjet MindManager map of this blog Download Mindjet MindManager map of this blog Community is Essential to Building Brands - Record of presentation in mind maps Community is Essential to Building Brands - Record of presentation in mind maps ConferenceREACTION - Records and publshes events on the web ConferenceREACTION - Records and publshes events on the web http://www.cabre.co.uk/ http://www.cabre.co.uk/

To help search engines find this page and those with impaired vision to “read” the map.

The image map content is repeated below as a text outline in one or two columns.

Sharing your MindManager Maps with the Clickable Image Export


1. Map

1.1 Visible

1.1.1 Topics

1.1.2 Topic images

1.1.3 Markers

1.1.4 Relationships

1.1.5 Labels

1.1.6 Boundaries

1.1.7 Background Image

1.1.8 Linked files
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1.1.9 Web links

1.1.10 Spreadsheets

1.1.11 Why are you still at work?

1.2 Not Functional

1.2.1 Outlook links

1.2.2 SharePoint links

1.2.3 Excel links

1.2.4 Alerts

1.3 Invisible

1.3.1 Notes

1.3.2 Attachments
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1.4 Tips

1.4.1 Don’t overload the map

1.4.1.1 Use more than one map if you need to

1.4.2 Portrait or Landscape?

1.4.2.1 Right Map or Left & Right or Tree or Org Chart

1.4.3 Export to check the image size

1.4.3.1 If the height or width are larger than required see next tip(s)

1.4.4 Layout Adjustments

1.4.4.1 Use main topic handles to move topics into better positions to maximise width or height

1.4.4.2 Adjust topic length

1.4.4.3 Use line wrap Shift-Return

1.4.4.4 Image alignment

1.4.4.5 Use topic alignment

1.4.4.6 Consider thumbnails with links to higher resolution images

1.4.5 Notes

1.4.5.1 Convert to text or Word etc . and link the file to the topic

1.4.6 Multiple Topic Hyperlinks
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1.4.6.1 Only first is linked in the export

1.4.7 Hyperlink Alt Text

1.4.7.1 Edit Hyperlink > Options > Link Text

1.4.7.2 Text for Google to find & index

1.5 Check

1.5.1 Mindjet Tasks


2. Export

2.1 Standard

2.1.1 Map Zoom factor (%)

2.1.1.1 Adjust to fit the shared environment

2.1.1.2 86% produces a readable image with default fonts

2.1.2 Include Map Background

2.1.2.1 Yes = large jpg

2.1.2.1.1 good for photos

2.1.2.2 No = small gif

2.1.3 Root Export File Name

2.1.3.1 Change from index.html to something-relevant.html

2.1.3.2 Change to *.php if you want to use php in a modified template

2.2 Modified

2.2.1 Header

2.2.2 Footer

2.2.3 Meta Tags

2.2.4 Map text as outline

2.2.5 Analytics

2.2.6 e.g.

2.2.6.1 Community is Essential to Building Brands


3. Sharing

3.1 Local Network

3.1.1 Share folder & html file name

3.1.1.1 X:\MyExports\index.html

3.2 Web Folder

3.2.1 Upload folders to the server

3.2.2 Share the URL of the html file

3.2.2.1 http:\\y.com\ex\index.html

3.3 WordPress

3.3.1 Upload the image

3.3.1.1 WordPress Media

3.3.1.2 Any online store

3.3.2 Upload the linked Documents folder and files

3.3.3 Paste the html.txt file into a page or post

3.3.4 Edit the image URL

3.3.5 Edit the Linked Documents URL

3.3.6 Check it works

3.4 Tips

3.4.1 Use several maps on one page
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3.4.1.1 Use one export as the master and paste sub map’s html in to the master html.

3.4.1.2 Remember to put all other files (image) and folders (linked documents) in the master folder.

Using Dropbox to share structured knowledge with MindManager

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Do you have a requirement which goes something like this:

  1. You want to share information with a closed group of people
  2. It’s less than 2GB of files but this could grow with the size of the group
  3. They need to be able to access it on and off line.
  4. Anyone in the group can add files to the store but you will look after the indexing
  5. Only some members of the group use MindManager

Had you thought about using Dropbox with MindManager’s web export?

Here is how:

  1. Get a Dropbox account, create and share two folders with the group e.g.
    1. Web site
    2. New files
      You will have to invite them and all that malarky but this will give you extra storage.  The folders will appear in your My Documents folder in the  My Dropbox folder.
  2. Create a map which links to all the files you want to share with the group.
    Do not use multiple hyperlinks, they are not supported in the web exports.
  3. Export the map using the web export. If all the text and explanations is in topic text you just need the Clickable Image export, if you add topic notes use the Static Outline or Dynamic Templates or Simple Outline or One Page.
  4. Export the map to the Dropbox folder web site. I suggest changing the name of the Root export filename in Customise > Advanced settings to something relevant.  A mini web site will be created with a folder called LinkedDocuments with all the linked files in it. Your original documents will remain where they where, these are copies by default. Other folders are created for the more sophisticated web exports to support the styles, images etc. used in the export.
  5. Give the group the link to the root export file and the web site will appear.
    e.g test-site 
    I have saved the web export to the Public Folder in Dropbox.
  6. Ask the group to add new files to the New files folder.
  7. Link the new files to the map and re-export.
Note: You cannot share local files via the PDF Viewer and Flash export. If you just have hyperlinks to web pages on the map then you could also store them in Dropbox and save updated versions.

Obviously there are many other file management systems out there but this may be enough for your needs.  Similar processes may be possible with Microsoft’s Skydrive and Google sites.

Could you use this?

The MindManager Topic Notes Editor: Time for a big change?

Monday, October 17th, 2011

The Topic Notes editor has remained virtually unchanged for a decade.  A format painter (copier) has been added in MindManager 2012 and way back in 2002 the ink tools were added.  Nothing else has happened.  I met Blaine Mathieu Chief Products Officer at the Mindjet Revolution Roadshow, a few days ago.  After a short discussion, he invited me to send him an email on this matter. Here are my thoughts and your chance to help me write that email to encourage Mindjet to be evolutionary and well as revolutionary!

I have used the Notes editor to create hundreds of web sites: the notes become web pages.  Until last week I used it to create the Cabre web site but I had to do too much post processing to include bits of HTML for videos etc. and had other issues around site management not to do with the Notes Edtor. I have switched to WordPress with MindManager content where required.   The ConferenceREACTION web site is currently produced with MindManager but will switch to WordPress soon.  It’s a pity because all the content is produced with MindManager.

With the Word export I use Topic Notes to create the paragraphs in “Introduction to MindManager” (to be transferred to new web site),  a 20 page  booklet with 50 plus images in it.  I started with Mindmanager X5 and I will updated it to the sixth edition 2012 shortly.

So why change?

It lacks:

  • Word wrapping: you have to use tables.
  • The tables are unstable when they get big (more than 5 rowsish) and if you use cell merge.
  • You cannot include HTML, only links. So no embedded videos, maps or other “gadgets” e.g. mail list capture, twitter streams etc.
  • You cannot resize large images to suitably sized images as you add them to the Notes (or Topics) thus preventing map bloat!
  • It is difficult to manage the formatting in the notes to get the correct format in Word. If you transfer the MindManager Topic Notes format to Word, you can’t (easily) use the Word Styles to manage the formating.

Please add to this list by commenting below.

What would I like to see

Three and half editors:

  1. Keep it simple i.e.the current one.  For simple note taking
  2. A Word editor which uses the style selected for the Word export. Perhaps it opens a Word window and saves the file as an attachment to the map visualised in the Notes pane.  you can support this idea in Mindjet’s User Voice – Editing Topic Notes with Word.
  3. An HTML editor. Something like the ScribeFire for Firefox.  It’s great for editing and storing frequently used HTML fragments.  With the option of using Micrsoft Expression?  You can support this idea in Mindjet’s User Voice – HTML Notes Editor 

3.5 An editor for creating WordPress content. That is one which creates clickable image maps and other content that can be directly exported to my WordPress blog(s). I will write about this seperately.  One respected internet commentator Graham Jones said in his newsletter last weekend: “In my view, though, there is only one way to go: WordPress.” Repeating my dream: Just imagine if Mindjet had developed the HTML editor they had in early versions of MindManager we would be using MindPress now!

 There, that’s this week’s rant (so far) off my desk (chest).  Please add your thoughts here and in Mindjet’s User Voice.

Keeping track of your Potholes!

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

It could be tracking anything you are interested in but on Sunday I came across the now fixed hole in a cycle path. Fortunately I approached it from the side the camera is facing in the light.  If you descended in the dark from behind the camera at 25 mph, you could have had a life threatening moment.

On the mapI have a link to Hampshire County Council’s problem reporting site, and the track links for each problem. Plus the photo and a link to the Google map location.  I used task info to store the date of submission and fixing.

You could use a simlar process for snag lists when commissioning equipment or factory inspections or event health and safety tours etc.

 

My Hampshire Potholes
http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000922949 http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000922949 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.073635,-1.289456&spn=0.004779,0.011362 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.073635,-1.289456&spn=0.004779,0.011362 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.084166,-1.304348&spn=0.002389,0.005681 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.084166,-1.304348&spn=0.002389,0.005681 http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000921925 http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000921925 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.0822,-1.18121&spn=0.000597,0.00142 http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=206725967560823522050.00046fc3eb02bad73dca0&msa=0&ll=51.0822,-1.18121&spn=0.000597,0.00142 http://www3.hants.gov.uk/RoadProblems http://www3.hants.gov.uk/RoadProblems http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000922950&trackno=111000922950 http://maps.hants.gov.uk/roadproblems/StatusChecker.aspx?trackno=111000922950&trackno=111000922950

Information Mapping Across the Organisation

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Mindjet have a series of seminars titled “Information Mapping Across the Organisation” running in Europe over the next two weeks.  Scandinavia this week. The Netherlands and UK next week.

I am speaking at Lord’s and Old Trafford (the cricket grounds) in the UK.  I will be showing the audience some Customer Use Cases with MindManager featuring: Brainstorming, Strategy, Projects and Communication.  It would be great to meet you there. The events are free, in the morning from 08:30-12:30 and include breakfast.

In London: Paul Lawrence and John Barber from Mindjet will be speaking  plus Jim McNeil, The Ice Warrior! and me.
In Manchester: Hilary de Rover, John Barber and me.

If you have any special requests, make them below and I will see if I can weave them in to my 45 minutes.