Apple’s 1997 Think Different ad campaign celebrated creative people in all their rebellious glory. Part of that campaign was a manifesto, which is represented here in the form of a colorful mind map.
Earlier this week, Pearltrees for iPad was launched, enabling collectors and curators of web content to do so on Apple’s popular tablet.
Steve Jobs, the iconic co-founder and leader of Apple Computer, passed away yesterday at the age of 56. This mind map summarizes some of the vital life lessons he taught us through word and deed.
Because I’m a PC user, Mac applications of mind mapping software don’t get as much attention as they should. That’s why I created a brief survey to identify the best mind mapping application for Mac OS X. Please share your opinion!
ThinkBuzan, the developer of iMindMap, has announced that it is developing a version of its iMindMap Mobile app for the iPad. A paid version of iMindMap Mobile, with enhanced export options, is also under development.
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.
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.