The Buzan organization recently announced that it will launch version 3 of its iMindMap software in August, 2008. This new iteration of the organic mind mapping application includes three versions, designed to meet the needs of different user groups.
Spinscape, the web-based with visual mapping/personal information manager tool I told you about in March, recently completed its closed beta testing phase. Anyone can now go to the Spinscape website and sign up for a free 30-day trial of the open beta version of this new web-based application. Be prepared for some usability issues, however.
A recent article on IT-Director.com describes the evolution of mind mapping in four phases. I think this model makes a lot of sense. Here’s a summary of it.
The developers of TPAssist 2007, a task and project management add-in for MindManager, have launched a “dashboard” on their website to help new users get up to speed on how to benefit from its powerful set of task management and Microsoft Office integration tools.
In a recent newsletter, NovaMind founder Gideon King outlined his plans for the future development of his firm’s flagship mapping program.
I’ve always been a fan of MindGenius. It’s a well-designed program with lots of great capabilities, but there’s just one problem: It hasn’t been updated in years. According to managing director Donald MacIver, all that’s about to change.