Via Elliot Murphy's blog, a very nice mindmap created by William McVey and showing his notes from PyCon07. It demonstrates the power of mindmaps: a lot of information condensed in one page, with links to more detailed information below.
Also from William, other PyCon07 notes.
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
William McVey's PyCon notes as mindmap
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This is the first time I have seen a minmap on a screen that looks a rich as pen-and-paper versions.
Do you know what was used to create it?
William says he created it with FreeMind:
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