"If you're looking for a comprehensive list of mind mapping-related links, then look no farther than Eric Hebert's new article, 99 Mind Mapping Resources, Tools and Tips, which does a great job of summarizing the relevant software programs, news pages, resource sites, mind map examples, articles, blogs, books, e-books and more. Wow!" (Source)
Eric Hebert (Other juicy articles by him)
- Free Software
Free Mind - the premier java-based mind mapping software known for its quick, one-click "fold/unfold" and "follow link" operations.
The Mind mapping software weblog - designed to provide businesspeople with a focused collection of resources related to visual mapping.
This resource alone got me really excited, but then I dug further into the College Degree Library (Only articles by Eric Hebert?) and discovered a bunch of other interesting articles including:
WOW! Eric Hebert has published some really juicy articles, which I suppose I need to mindmap into my memory (Favorites!). Hmm, I think I will start the mindmapping adventure exploring the hottest, smartest, most talked about College Professors. I wonder why 55? What is the selection criteria used? Whatever! Have fun learning more about mindmapping and hot Professors :)