Just a little reminder: If you haven’t participated in my Most Improve Mind Mapping Software of 2009 contest, please do so today!
Archives for December 2009
Hypershifters is a new blog that has quickly become a must-read for anyone who is interested in visual mapping.
One of the fastest ways in which you can add color and visual interest to your software-produced mind maps is to move beyond the default settings of your program. Here’s how.
CS Odessa has announced the release of a new Google Desktop Search plug-in for ConceptDraw MINDMAP. The plug-in is available at no charge to current users of the program.
During 2009, a number of developers of mind mapping software have made major commitments to improving their products to meet the needs of today’s executives and knowledge workers. To recognize their accomplishment, here is a new contest to identify the most improved mind mapping software of 2009.
Mind mapping software is an ideal tool for managing large, complex writing projects. Here’s the story of one such project that I handled on a monthly basis for my former employer, and how I used a visual map to streamline its production.
Mindomo recently launched a major update to its popular web-based mind mapping application. This version includes a number of capabilities that will be appreciate by business users, including task and project management tools and adding collaboration features.
The improvements that Seavus has announced in version 1.1 of its DropMind mapping software should significantly increase its appeal to business readers. Read on to learn why!
Pearltrees is a new social bookmarking tool that behaves much like a mind map. But this recently-launched web-based application is still a little rough around the edges.