Robert Scoble spent some time this past week with MindJet’s Michael Deutch, exploring the concept of mind mapping and why a tool like MindManager enhances the process of brainstorming, mapping, interactive presentations, notetaking, and more. In the video, Deutch mentions that some touch features will be coming to a future version of MindManager that will be compatible with Windows 7. By the way, although he doesn’t demonstrate tablet functionality in MindManager, Deutch is an enthusiastic Tablet PC user.
There is an active conversation going on at FriendFeed that might be interesting to follow, too.
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