Jim Keravala on Mind Mapping

August 23, 2010

At our June Bay Area Quantified Self Show&TellJim Keravala of Flaii gave us a brief tour of the mind map he developed using TheBrain. He spends 1-2 hours a day entering information into his virtual brain, and has recorded about 65,000 thoughts so far. He feels that the main benefit he gets from it is enhanced recall, which has given him an advantage in business situations. In the video below, he reveals that he has become very attached to the system he uses and doesn’t like to be away from it for more than a few hours at a time.

Jim Karavala – The Brain from Gary Wolf on Vimeo.

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