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Mindmeister. It's a good one, the best part is that you can use OpenID to sign in, so there is no need to register yet another account.


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There is a new webapp currently in beta called Popplet. They have a preview video if you want to see what the software can do, and they already have an iPad app to play with too. Couple of explaining images grabbed from their home page:


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Prezi is more suitable for presentation rather than creation of mind maps but is definitely worth looking at.


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You're looking for a UML editor. Try these http://www.gliffy.com/ http://yuml.me/ http://creately.com/


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How about bubbl.us or mindmeister? Or: Mind42 Dabbleboard Mindomo Here is a bigger list: http://freenuts.com/top-10-free-online-mind-mapping-tools/


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I've been looking for a Notefish replacement as well; something that will work in Chrome. The closest thing I've found so far is Corkboard ( http://corkboard.me/simple ). It's not as good as Notefish, but they are just starting out and open to suggestions.


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This sounds like a job for Evernote. From their website: Put your thoughts, ideas, inspiration, and things to remember all in one place. Use Evernote for work, for play, and for everything that’s noteworthy. Here are a few suggestions: Snap a photo of a business card with your phone, and have an easy way to store and access contacts. ...


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From Digital Inspiration the last question is: Q. Can I use Google Docs like Microsoft OneNote for taking notes and saving web clippings? A: Open a new Google Document in a separate browser tab and drag the clipping from another browser tab / window into this document. That’s it. Not sure if this works with Google Chrome.


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For completeness, I'll list a few mentioned on Lifehacker: Spinscape Mind42 bubbl.us All have at least a free trial.


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Have you look on Mindmeister? You find information and a video describing the service at http://www.mindmeister.com/ "MindMeister is one of the most authoritative and open collaborative mind mapping tools available on the web... offers an experience that suits Apple's mobile phone perfectly."


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Coggle Coggle is by far the most elegant, it's free, and it packs some serious features too: supports Markdown and LaTeX syntax for links, text formatting, and math view the revision history drag-drop to add images real-time collaborative editing pdf export (as vectors) touch-based user interface on iOS I'm one of the Coggle team, so you'd think I was ...


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ThinkBuzan are launching an online Flash version of their mind mapping software, I believe next month in April.


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I haven't yet been able to try this but I noticed Google Docs has recently added support for drawings. This might prove to be great for mindmapping.



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