The latest update on mind.mapping.org brings a new entry, Hortus, and a significant change to XMind.
After my previous post about a nascent mind mapper for Second Life, there’s another Second Life story. It is Hortus, part of the ICTS immersive training suite. It is a graphical story planner.
A few days ago, XMind went to an open source model. So XMind can be used on your own desktop, free. They also have a web-based server and you can upload your mind maps for all to see. If you would like to control who sees your mind maps, you can subscribe to a ‘Pro’ version at US$6/month that allows this.
There’s an on-line example here:
The master list of mind mapping &
information management software