In previous posts, I’ve mentioned the online Mindmapping tool MindMeister. The developer continues to update his product, recently adding Google Gears capability – allowing MindMeister to be taken offline – among other things. The most recent developments are tied to extending access via widgets. This is really cool: So, we’ve taken that feedback very seriously […]
Image via Wikipedia MindMeister, an online mind mapping tool I wrote about a while back, has recently been updated. Some highlights: New Features: Links on ideas (URL and email links, links to other maps and nodes) Note and link previews Automatic layouting (no overlaps) Automatic canvas resizing (for large maps) Export as PDF Start new […]
I’m not sure what it is with the Europeans, but they seem to be obsessed with Mind Mapping. I just wrote about MindMeister, an excellent online mind mapping tool that is in private beta at the moment (I’ve still got invites available if you’re interested). Along comes Mindomo to up the ante. Thanks to Nick […]
Last week, I wrote about a great new online mind mapping tool called MindMeister. Well, as it turns out I have 20 beta invitations to hand out. If you are interested, leave a message on this post (remember to put your correct email address in the email address section), and I’ll send out an invitation.
I love the concept of mindmapping. I’ve used Mindjet’s MindManager for several years now, and have found it useful for a wide array of situations. MindManager has become a core part of my collaborative presentation technique when I work with prospects, colleagues, and customers. I’ve also used MindManager extensively on my TabletPC in Ink mode […]