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Buzan Centres revamped site


An e-mail reached us with details of a site relaunch from the Buzan Centres, specialists in the topic of Learning to Learn.

As might be expected from someone who did a lot of early work on the concept, Tony Buzan has laid the site out like a mind map, offering a number of distractions - news, products, people, mind maps, centres and training, although frustratingly many of the links which crop up on the maps shown don't actually take you off to other areas of the site. Instead, they're accessed through hyperlinks at the bottom of the page.

The site has a comprehensive rundown of products available to buy, and purchases from the catalogue can be made online. There's plenty of information in the training section about the seminars on offer, and they've also launched a discussion group at, which by the looks of things is just starting to get used.

It looks as though the news section has yet to be developed, but actually you need to click backwards and forwards to realise there are separate sections devoted to 'hot news', 'products', 'projects' and 'meet'.

So, potentially a useful site once you get used to the navigation, but there's one point of contention to add: The site ooks great fun when you first arrive - lots of cartoon characters and colourful maps, but after a while, the bright purple text starts to send your eyes a bit funny.


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