Looking for some tools to help show others a map of your mind? Here are some great examples:
Mindmeister: http://www.mindmeister.com/ Used for presentations, you can sign up for a basic free membership which allows you to have up to three mind maps. It includes a mobile app for your iPhone.
Gliffy: http://www.gliffy.com/ offers a space for slick, professional-looking presentation-quality mind maps. You can create flow charts, floor plans, and diagrams. It’s free and you don’t have to sign up.
Bubbl.us: http://bubbl.us/ Has 3-d graphics and allows for some serious mind-mapping
comapping : http://www.comapping.com/ This allows team members to revise flowcharts and graphs asynchronously with icons, drop down menu options, and presentation-quality graphics. Nice for groups.
Thinkature: http://thinkature.com/ also allows for collaboration both asynchronously and in real-time.
Mind42 http://mind42.com/ DPS librarians are using this collaborative mind mapping tool with great success around the district. You can add images and articles to your map as you go along. You can zoom in and out and add sticky notes.