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Chartle.net - interactive charts online! Online brainstorming and planning tool for team activities. Literature and Latte - Scapple for Mac OS X and Windows. Rough It Out Scapple doesn’t force you to make connections, and it doesn’t expect you to start out with one central idea off of which everything else is branched.

Literature and Latte - Scapple for Mac OS X and Windows

There’s no built-in hierarchy at all, in fact—in Scapple, every note is equal, so you can connect them however you like. The idea behind Scapple is simple: when you are roughing out ideas, you need complete freedom to experiment with how those ideas best fit together. RAW. Gephi, an open source graph visualization and manipulation software. Infographs. Infographics and charts - interactive data visualization | Infogr.am.

Mind Maps/Thinking Maps/Graphic Organizers. Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming app - SpiderScribe. Online Diagram & Flowchart Software - Collaboration Tool | LucidChart. Kodu Teaches Your Kids to Visually Program Their Own Video Games. Kodu is a visual programming language suitable to teach kids the basic of programming and to train their creativity.

Kodu Teaches Your Kids to Visually Program Their Own Video Games

In today’s lesson, we will build a simple game that we can use as an introduction to Kodu. The Building Blocks of Kodu. Mind Map Library. 1000s of Mind Maps in FreeMind, MindManager and other formats - Mappio. CoSketch.com - Online Whiteboard Collaboration. Gallery. The "Gallery" section is new to our website.

Gallery

We hope to build a strong VUE community of users and thinkers. We need your help in creating a stimulating gallery area, showcasing your uses of VUE. Let us know about your maps and stories, and we will post them on this page. Featured Maps Patrick Szucs explains the use as a Tool for the Construction of Narrative. Mind Mapping. Subversive Cartographies. What are subversive cartographies?

Subversive Cartographies

This issue is addressed a series of presentations organized by Chris Perkins (University of Manchester) and Jörn Seemann (Louisiana State University) for the upcoming 2008 Association of American Geographers meeting (Boston, April 15-19 2008). “To be subversive, is to wish to overthrow, destroy or undermine the principles of established orders. Emotional Cartography - Edited by Christian Nold.