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Mind mapping to help recognize and pursue priorities, and generally organize thoughts

Picture this. Some lawyers think visually, so software that graphically depicts ideas and their relationships to each other might be useful. I ran across an example on a blog called “Tools for Thought.”
All kinds of concepts would become clearer if they were presented as images (See my post of Nov. 28, 2005: mind-mapping software; May 7, 2006: semantic mapping in discovery; Feb. 23, 2006: argument mapping; Nov. 30, 2005: patent mapping; and Oct. 11, 2008: patent landscapes.).

In fact, the first 4,000 posts on this blog would present a wonderful opportunity to create a concept canvas. If I could figure out how to do that, law department managers could see better the relationships between posts and their ideas.

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