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MindMeister – Web-based Mind Mapping

Submitted by on February 10, 2007 – 7:39 pm 133 views No Comment

The other day Chuck Frey posted about a new web-based mindmapping service called MindMeister. MindMeister launched on February 7th and is currently in private beta. I requested an invite, so hopefully I can give it a test run. So far the service looks *very* promising. One of the more interesting features listed is the ability to collaborate using Skype conferencing.

From Chuck’s article, he also mentioned two other recent mind mapping services.


I discovered another web-based tool called Mayomi earlier this year. However, it appears the service is no longer available.

I’m sure in the next year there will be a surge in other web-based mind mapping tools. So far, Mindmeister appears to be leading the charge, and setting the standard for next generation knowledge visualization tools.

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