Archive for January 2008

Exploratree

Jan 15th, 2008 | By
Exploratree

Now listen up, this one is really interesting if you value visualization and thinking tools.  And I doubt if you’d be at mind-mapping.org if you didn’t. A new web-based tool for thinking, Exploratree, went up at the end of last year.  It’s aimed at students, but I’m sure that those of more mature years could sometimes make good use of
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Ajaxsketch, Basket and Ideatree

Jan 14th, 2008 | By
Ajaxsketch, Basket and Ideatree

Three new items this week: An on-line diagrammer that can be used for mind and concept maps, and information manager that gives flexibility in how things are organised, and what may be the earliest on-line concept mapper going back to 2002 but which seems to have had little attention. Ajaxsketch This is part of the Ajax13 suite of browser-based applications that, at the time of writing, needs Firefox.     Basket Basket is for
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Colored, hand-drawn mindmaps on a Napkin (PC)?

Jan 7th, 2008 | By
Colored, hand-drawn mindmaps on a Napkin (PC)?

http://www.yankodesign.com/index.php/2008/01/04/high-tech-napkins/ Collaborative and … Oh, wait! It’s just a concept. Vic Google