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Archives for September 2009
Michael Tipper, author of the new Business Profit Productivity Blueprint e-course, explains how to create a daily capture mind map – the digital equivalent of Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology.
Earlier this week, Mindjet launched its own mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It enables you to work with maps created on any MindManager platform, including Windows, Mac OS X and the company’s web client, MindManager Web.
In a recent e-mail to its affiliate sales team, the developers of iMindMap recently announced that they are working on an iPhone version of the creative mind mapping program, which is expected to be available some time this fall.
The Buzan organization recently announced that it will release an incremental update to iMindMap 4 in early to mid-October. This new version will offer some significant improvements and new features.
Ignited Software recently released version 2.0 of ThinkDigits, a unique combination of calculator and mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
I recently got an exclusive preview of an alpha version of the forthcoming NovaMind 5 mind mapping software program from company founder Gideon King. He and his team have outdone themselves this time, incorporating many new features and enhancements that are like nothing you’ve ever seen in mind mapping software before.
TheBrain Technologies recently released an ambitious upgrade to its free PersonalBrain product. Version 5.5 of this powerful visual mapping and knowledge management application contains nu.merous improvements
Mind maps aren’t the only means for depicting information visually, as Tom Wujec explains in his excellent creativity book, Five Star Mind: Games & Puzzles to Stimulate Your Creativity & Imagination. In the chapter “mental maps,” he outlines six valuable types of visual maps that are valuable in business situations.
What capabilities should developers add to tomorrow’s mind mapping software?