If you’re an audiophile, you are going to love this. With its various services, Google is amassing a vast amount of data right now. And sometimes, it puts this data to cool uses, like the newly launched Music Timeline, a project by Google Research. In their words, this is “a visualization to show which music has stood the test of time, and how genres and artists have risen and fallen in popularity.”
Visual thinking helps to break down complex information and give it a fresher perspective. Here are two ways to work around Evernote’s linear structure and see your notes more visually.
If you are big on using brainstorming, then a mood board could serve as a starting off point by displaying the elements of your idea. This simple tool from Microsoft makes it easier.
We, the denizens of the Web, who live and work here also call them as tag clouds. Call them “word clouds” or “tag clouds” – they are visualization tools that helps your brain process information in a rather unique way. But there’s a method behind the apparent jumble you see and they can be put to lot of uses because they help to jog our brains and make it see the mundane in alternative ways.