Monthly Archives: September 2010

MindManager 9 problems – a positive response from Mindjet

In my last post I commented on some of the major problems with the latest version of the market-leading mind mapping program, MindManager, from Mindjet.  To summarise, MindJet recently introduced MindManager 9 with a range of new features, many of which are worthwhile. … Continue reading

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When good software goes off the rails – how to fix MindManager 9

Some time ago I posted an article on my StrategyMatters blog about the virtues of mind mapping and subsequently on this blog about web-based mind mapping applications. I’ve been a little tardy in following this up with the article I … Continue reading

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Is this the (western) world’s oldest mind map?

I was watching the first episode of the BBC series Seven Ages of Britain (currently being screened in Australia on the ABC) in which the presenter, David Dimbleby, visits the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana in Florence to look at the Codex … Continue reading

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