Tag: mindmap



I’m going Draw.io mad! LOL. This software is soooo gooood – and free – and nice! 😁 See my previous post on this. I decided to draw this diagram below with Draw.io  – which has an embed function from the desktop version. It generated the following in code that IRead More

Mindmaps and diagrams

As some will know, I’m very fond of creating mindmaps and flowcharts. I think they provide a very flexible way of looking at how things flow and interact. Sometimes I’m not sure of how exactly my ideas would come together. So, I’d put them into a mindmap and move thingsRead More


As usual this is not a lecture on attitude(s). This post is almost entirely about personal observations and my own thinking about the topic. There is a mindmap constructed after reading many sound references. In no way is this post a complete exploration of the topic. I can imagine IRead More

Problem solving

As usual, it’s some discussion in the background that motivates me to think deeply about these things. But I draw on my experience of how people approach problems in general. I’ve been trying to extract some broad themes across a range of ‘problems’. So, I’m not focusing on mathematical, ITRead More

How do people value other people?

In these COVID-19 times it has become more obvious how people value the company of other people. Socialisation is a very big issue. People will risk their lives to attend fast food outlets, DIYs, beaches etc – when the lockdown has not be properly lifted. This made me think deeper.Read More

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