iMindMap: Create Intuitive Mind-Maps [iOS] Mind maps are a wonderful way of jotting down your ideas. Most applications that let you create mind-maps have a ‘robotic’ feel to their interface and they seem uncreative. Here to change that by delivering a visually appealing intuitive interface is an iOS app called iMindMap. iMindMap is sized at 8.5 MB and is compatible with iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad devices running iOS version 3.2 or later. The app lets you easily create mind-maps on your iOS device through its user-friendly tools. Your maps are maintained within the app and can be exported to PNG, PDF, or IMX files.
Features: A user-friendly phone app.Compatible with iOS devices.Lets you create mind-maps.Mind-maps can be synchronized across all devices.Mind-maps can be exported to PNG, PDF, and IMX files.Similar tools: Mindmaps, Connected Mind, Spiderscribe and Thoughtboxes.Also read related article: 8 MS Word Templates That Help You Brainstorm & Mind Map Your Ideas Quickly. Deleting Your Instagram Account? Here's How to Save Your Pics. Facebook is buying Instagram — and some Instagram users aren't happy about it. They're tweeting that they'll delete their Instagram accounts because of the acquisition. The fear is that in addition to the company, Facebook has acquired all of that location-tagged photo data from Instagram's users and may use it to target ads at them. Neither company has commented publicly about whether the data will, in fact, be used by Facebook in this way.
SEE ALSO: Facebook Acquires Instagram: What Do You Think? [POLL] If you're in the camp that's deleting its Instagram accounts regardless (which you can do through this link), you don't have to give up your photo library in the process. Here are some ways to save it: Instaport: In two steps, this service downloads your entire library onto a single zip file.Copygram: The primary function of Copygram is to provide a web interface for Instagram. Online Collage Generator to Shape Your Photos. ChronoZoom: A deep dive into the history of everything. Imagine a timeline of the universe, complete with high-resolution videos and images, in which you could zoom from a chronology of Egypt’s dynasties and pyramids to the tale of a Japanese-American couple interned in a World War II relocation camp to a discussion of a mass extinction that occurred on Earth 200 million years ago – all in seconds.
Based on an idea from a University of California, Berkeley, student, ChronoZoom – essentially a zoomable timeline of timelines augmented with multimedia features –- is coming to life. Roland Saekow disusses ChronoZoom’s possibly revolutionary impact on education and the teaching of history. (Video produced by Roxanne Makasdjian, Media Relations) A University of California, Berkeley, geologist and his students have teamed up with Microsoft Research Connections engineers to make this web-based software possible. Walter Alvarez explains how ChronoZoom can help in the teaching of Big History. (Video produced by Roxanne Makasdjian, Media Relations) Qwiki Creator! Show What You Know! New Online Timeline Tool Available For Everyone. Following in the footsteps of Storify, a new free, open-source online timeline tool is innovating storytelling on the web. Timeline, created by Zach Wise, a multimedia journalist and journalism professor, was developed in partnership with the Knight News Innovation Lab at Northwestern University, where Wise teaches.