Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Free your mind with PocketMindmap

Good friend and techADDICTION co-host James Kendrick often posts on the merits of "mind mapping" using software and a computer. Earlier this week James provided his thoughts on a typical day using a Tablet PC in the form of a mind map. You can almost SEE the thought process if you follow the map. Using MindManager software, James created an effective overview for his Tablet PC podcast. Ok, so that works when you can kick back with your notebook or desktop; put your feet up, let the creative juices flow and map your mind! So what do you do when you're travelling light, say with only your Pocket PC? Simple: use Pocket Mindmap from JKRB Software.

PocketMindMap for PPC


According to PocketGear:
"Mindmapping is already a well known technique to create and organize complex concepts or to do brainstorming. A computer combines the graphical expressiveness of the Mindmap with the computer's strength to restructure, search, move or copy and paste the content. And software can even do more: Keep track of your tasks associated with the concept, focus on specific topics, filter your topics according to certain attributes or export them to XML, HTML or Text - with Pocket Mindmap you have this strong team of tools always with you - in your Pocket PC or Handheld PC."

This software is normally $42.00, but if you click the post link you can get the goods for $33.60 this week.


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At 6/14/2005 10:06 PM, Blogger James Kendrick said...

Mind Manager, the de facto standard for mind mapping, also has a Pocket PC version that syncs with the desktop product. It's not been updated for a good while but it does sync.

 

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