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.
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