Five visual mapping tools have just been added to mind-mapping.org.
Not so much a mind mapping application as a visual way of expressing your goals, Aspire looks like a flexible new approach. I’m hoping to get some better screenshots for the author. There are videos at the Aspire site.
Another iPhone application to join the happy band of those supporting visual thinkers. I make it six seven at present – iBluesky, Mindmaker, Zeptopad, Instaviz [and iThoughts], plus – via Safari – Ideatree, and Loosestich. [Updated 22 Jan 09 – thanks Karen] Any hints for more? This one, unlike Zepropad, tidies up your finger-drawn lines for you.
An open source, Java application for displaying all sorts of fascinatingly-named visual maps: Hyperbolic trees, circular treemaps, rectangular treemaps, sunburst trees, icicle trees, sunray trees and iceray trees.
A free browser-based whiteboard application.
Another free to-do-list-come-outliner web application.
The master list of mind mapping &
information management software