It’s been a month since the last update to mind-mapping.org, and the list of items to add has built up more sharply than usual so I decided it was time to clear the decks. Apart from anything else, iPhone is keeping mindmappers busy with low-cost software to play with and there’s a new and imaginative application appearing every few days it seems.
Cohere is a browser based collaborative visual thinking tool that allows many users to develop discussions and arguments on line and has more than a hint of concept maps about it.
This iPhone application occupies the space partway between a 3D outliner and a mind mapper.
This is an impressive attempt to bring mind mapping to the screen of the iPhone.
I have successfully imported large FreeMind maps to iThoughts. With such a tiny screen, a large map is hard to make use of, but that can’t be blamed on iThoughts.
Jambalaya is a plug-in for Protégé that allows domain experts to building knowledge-based systems to visualize ontologies.
A free basic diagrammer that works in your browser and has subscription-based collaboration options.
This is a fascinating fusion of information mapping and calculation. Numbers in a calculator are normally pure abstraction, and this gives them real world context. True creativity.
TPassist is an add on for MindManager aimed at enhancing time, task and project management using mind maps.
This web based version of Inspiration is now in public Beta, and free for now.
To see all the latest additions, just follow this link to additions to mind-mapping.org since 14th February 2009.
The master list of mind mapping &
information management software