User Case Studies and Stories
Sep 18, 2017
Jerry Michalski is a career tech analyst who has created the world’s largest published Brain over 20 years. Listen to his unique insights and experience.
Jan 20, 2017
A Round Up of Ideas, Tips & Food for Thought from a Few Notable Brain Experts.
The New Year brings new ideas and growth. Now is the time to create some new Brains that take your projects to the next level and make the most of the New Year.
So in the spirit of moving forward I asked some well-known big thinkers and Brain users:
“What key feature or approach do you recommend to TheBrain users to unleash their potential with their Brains this year?”
Each participant was given free reign to interpret the question and the results are both revealing and intriguing. Read what some of our experts like Jerry Michalski, James Burke, Omer Aziz, Conrad Clyburn and Wallace Tait have to say.
The creator of the world's largest Brain shows us his mind. In this interactive webinar Jerry shares the process he uses to keep adding to his Brain as well as sharing his insights and best practices on building and managing large Brains that withstand the test of time.
Dec 8, 2015
“18 Years = 281K Thoughts and Crossing the Half-Million Link Mark!”
Acclaimed tech analyst and futurist Jerry Michalski has started his 281,000 plus Thought Brain 18 years ago this month. This December we pay tribute to his very popular internet Brain that he shares with the world. This year Jerry also released his very own app of his digital Brain.
Congrats and best wishes Jerry!!
Join Omer Aziz, Director of Human Resources at RIM and learn how to take your digital Brain to the next level so you can get more done, coach others, and reach your personal best.
Using TheBrain for Your Classroom, Studies and Beyond Special Web Event with Dr. Brian S. Friedlander.
Feb 9, 2009
There are many types of Brains you can create from your favorite hobby to visualizing mission critical business strategies.
For some people your PersonalBrain is for organizing documents, for others its research projects or keeping organized at work. And then there are the MegaBrain users. Oh yes. :)