Oct 7, 2007
There is a lot of stuff in the new V3 core books. I have read most of it, and I was overwhelmed with new slang, archetypes, processes, acronyms.
After the second reading, you start noticing that there even exists a connection between the graphics and the text in these books. One just has to read carefully.
Memorizing and putting things in a perspective can be difficult when grasping such a broad scope. Mind mapping can help to some extent.
I have created a simple mind map for the purpose of my own data organization. I thought that sharing it with a community would be a good idea. So I have put it for download on this temporary space.
I took the measure of deleting the content that could be problematic as copyright goes. Still, a lot of public info and my own graphics are left inside. This is a working copy, and will be upgraded regularly. For now it is in Mindjet Mind Manager format, if you have trouble viewing it, let me know, I can maybe export it to xml.