For some time now, I have been using mind mapping software to try and orgznize my thoughts. Up to now, I was using FreeMind, a free java based mind mapping software. I just now downloaded the free trial copy of Mindjet and I decided to give it a try. I will post feedback later…
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It’s funny you mention this. I just downloaded this the other day but haven’t had time to mess around with it. Let me know what you think about it.
I’m a GTD kind of guy (getting things done by David Allen), so I’m interested in this type of thing.
Thanks for posting.
Been a big GTD fan since I read David Allen’s book. I actually want to re-read it soon now that I have been following some of his techniques for a while. My biggest investment was the GTD Outlook Add-In from NetCentrics.
I work for Mindjet, makers of MindManager, and just came across your post. We’re interested to hear what you think of MindManager. I see you are both fans of David Allen and GTD. We’re hosting a free webinar with David on Oct. 10th you might be interested in. If so, here is the link to register. You can also see more of MindManager in action through the webinar.
I have that Add-in, too. Nice piece of software.