New entries in the Mind-mapping.org database this week:
MeadMAP is new. It inherits Comapping’s left-to-right structure. Their emphasis is on use by students and in the educational field.
Getting to use Spinscape is by invitation only at present. Bravely ignoring the 12 existing browser-based mind mapping applications, some of which go back to 2006, they claim in a press release that their “goal is to create the next level of mind mapping, Mind Mapping 2.0”. Not much information available at present – I’ll update the database when there is.
I had some more information from Imindi in a comment to this blog (thanks guys), so I’ve been able to add a couple more screenshots and description to their entry in the database, but this is in private Beta, so there’s still not a lot available.