This is a mindmap I did of Edward Tufte’s Envisioning Information.
Not quite as fun for me as the one I did for Beautiful Evidence.
I wonder if that has something to do with the fact that this was my second time reading Envisioning Information? Taking notes on a book you’ve already read isn’t quite as fresh — you’re not as excited about the material, the new things you choose to single out.
One thing I did right, though, was make the map on both pages of my sketchbook, instead of just one. The bigger the paper, the more room you have for mapping.
Tim Walker says
This reminds me that I’ve had Buzan’s main book on mind-mapping on my shelf for months without reading it . . .
I remember it being good…
Greg J. Smith says
Mapping notes on mapping. How deliciously meta! :)