One of the shortcomings of software-produced mind maps is that key information is sometimes hidden several levels deep in our maps, within contracted topics. Developer Olympic Ltd. decided to do something about that. The company recently launched a new add-in for MindManager 7 and 8 called PowerMarkers that speeds up access to the information in your maps.
Archives for August 2009
What is a life hack and what does it have to do with mind mapping software? Read on to find out!
XMIND recently launched a new portable version of its open-source mind mapping software that can be downloaded in a single zip file – containing Mac, Windows, Linux 32-bit and Linux 64-bit versions – and used on any computer.
After many months of development, MindMeister has finally unveiled its mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. My verdict: The wait was worth it.
This blog is all about helping you to take your productivity and creativity to the next level, using mind mapping software. Here’s how you can help me to do a better job – and help yourself in the process.
I was recently inspired by reading Jonathan Fields’ excellent new Firefly Manifesto: Remix on ChangeThis.com, which explains why now is the perfect time to start a new career, focused upon your interests and passions. And I believe mind mapping software is a key enabler that can help you to get there. Read on to learn why!
I recently received word from the developers of Seavus DropMind that their desktop and web-based mind mapping applications are now commercially available. As part of this product launch, the developer has enhanced the programs with quite a few new features.
To help businesspeople to understand the total universe of commercially available mind mapping software available today, I created a clickable mind map of them.
What if your mind mapping software was taken away from you? What effect would this have on your productivity, your ability to manage projects, solve problems and do other things with it? What would your emotional, gut-level reaction be?
The process of gathering, recording and analyzing information tends to be a gradual, iterative process that is well supported by a visual mapping tool. Through this process, the structure of information gradually emerges and shouldn’t be forced too early, lest we create a rigid structure in which to consider it. So says Mark Bernstein in his book, The Tinderbox Way.