Mind Technologies has officially released version 11 of Visual Mind. Based on my recent review of the beta version, the developer made several improvements to the program.
Archives for February 2009
Several weeks ago, I asked you to share your thoughts on the value proposition of mind mapping. In other words, what is the essential value, the key benefit it provides to you, and how would you describe that to someone else in just a few sentences? Here’s a distillation of what you had to say.
Thanks to a recent post on Twitter, I recently learned about another new mind mapping tool for the iPhone and iPod Touch called Simple Mind. Like its name suggests, SimpleMind provides basic mind mapping functionality.
Markus Müller, the developer of MindNode for MacOS X, recently released an incremental update that adds several new features to the program.
What causes crises in many businesses? Poor communications. How can we improve communications? By sharing information visually.
It should come as no surprise to the readers of this blog that many of history’s greatest thinkers were big believers in visual thinking. A case in point was one of the most prolific inventors and artists in Western civilization, Leonardo da Vinci.
CS Odessa recently released a new version of ConceptDraw Office that contains a number of significant enhancements to ConceptDraw MINDMAP. Read on for all of the details.
Lately, Mindjet evangelist Michael Deutsch has been doing a lot of experimentation with MindManager 8 (cue the creepy music and diabolical “BWA-HA-HA-HA” laugh). In several recent posts, he has shared his experiences in getting his employer’s mind mapping program to integrate with a variety of popular Web 2.0 services.
Zengobi and Evernote today announced a new integration that makes brainstorming and idea collection quick and easy. Text notes, voice recordings, and snapshot photos taken using one of Evernote’s desktop or mobile solutions are now instantly available from within Curio 5.4 where they can be intuitively collected, arranged and managed as part of a creative project.
iThoughts, one of the most promising new mind mapping tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch, provides an impressive amount of functionality in a very small package. In this review, we’ll take a look at what’s notable about this remarkable little visual mapping program.