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Mapping your blog mind

A few days ago I discovered Brown Hen's "del.icio.us mind" - a tool for visualizing your del.icio.us bookmarks in mindmap format. At the time I wondered about how to mindmap blogs (rather than bookmarks). Now (via Suw at Headshift), Ben Hammersley has pointed the way forward by swapping his Movable Type categories for del.icio.us tags.

Looks like you should be able to combine these two to mindmap your blog. Quite apart from that, the more I think about Ben's script, the more it fits the "small but very powerful" camp.


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See also Gilles' entry on "Planif et visualisation".

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