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Mind Mapping

Submitted by on December 28, 2008 – 5:54 am No Comment

Pretty much spend most of the last few days trying to find a mind mapping program to help clear my brain.  I have got lots of stuff to flesh out but it is just not coming to me.

I am trying out a few programs right now – Personal Brain, Concept Draw MindMap, and Curio.  I like bits and pieces of all three of them, but something is still missing.

PersonalBrain – Pro: Dynamic and immediate; Con: attachment and notemaking space.
Concept Draw MindMap – Pro: Rich and feature filled; Con:  Windows only…still evaluating.
Curio – Pro: Feature filled…can add all kinds of media; Con:  Very static…

Still hoping to bust through this malaise and get back to productivity. 

I need to do the following: Financial plan next year, set schedule for family, work on a few items for work with deadlines.

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