Middlespot – a central point for daily browsing

May 28th, 2010 | By | Category: Mindmapping software

I’ve just added Middlespot to Mind-Mapping.Org.   Although it’s not exactly a mapping application, it is highly visual and supports organising information, provided it’s on the web, by clustering.

Middlespot

This browser-based application lets you mash together web pages you visit regularly into one big sheet and you can have many such sheets.  Each web page can be shown in thumbnail or larger sizes, moved around and arranged in clusters that are just right for you.  And you can get at and use your collection of ‘mashtabs’ wherever you have an Internet connection.

The free version already provides a useful application, but for a very reasonable $5/year, you can have as many mashups as you want, 200MB of storage and file sizes of up to 10MB.

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