By Tim Haight
I recently gave a presentation that could be of interest for two reasons. First, it’s done in Mindomo, a new tool for creating “mind maps,” which collect information, such as that for a presentation, onto one page in a useful structure. You can see that below.
Second, the content of this map is a list of applications, services and guides to them which Foundations might want to use. By going through these links, you can get an introduction to resources available. Have at it and let me know what you think.
You may not have used Mindomo before, so to use what’s below, the best thing is first to click the full screen icon in the lower right of the window. You can zoom in or out with your wheel mouse or the slider at the bottom right of the screen. You can drag the screen around like a map. As you enlarge the map, you will see little icons, many which look like a world globe, next to item titles. Clicking on this will take you to a link related to the titles. Mostly, this is a glorified list of links. But I think they’re cool links…
Make your own mind maps with Mindomo.