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Free mind mapping (and related types) software I see regular inquiries on Twitter and in forums from people looking for free software to support visual thinking. To provide answers, InformationTamers have put together 14 pages to help you find the one for your needs. These show the platform, a screen thumbnail and a link for more information in each case. We built this article using the most complete source for details of information mapping software on the Web: Mind-mapping.org. Hat tip to Vic Gee who put Mind-mapping.org together and kept it up to date for years.
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8 Awesome Mashups Made Possible by APIs This series is supported by PayPal X Innovate 2009, PayPal’s first dedicated developer conference. Register for $49 with the code ppblog3 or join us at $50 if you are a student. We here at Mashable are big fans of mashup services — it's our name, after all! And at the heart of almost all of these mashups is a term you'll see frequently thrown around related to web services: APIs, or application programming interfaces. In this feature we'll celebrate some of the great mashups we know and love that were made possible by the existence of APIs. We know there are metric tons more great mashups out there, so be sure to let us know your favorites in the comments too.
The 7 innovators of music The 7 innovators of music Mindmap made by Hans Buskes & Jeroen van de Beek Considering the period from 1960 up to now, who are the seven (we restricted ourselves to just seven) musicians or bands that had “no respect for the status quo”. Get TAGS – TAGS To start using TAGS select one of the versions below then follow the steps below: Which version? If you’ve not used TAGS before I recommend TAGS v6.1 which has an easy setup. If you’ve setup TAGS v6.0 you can keep on using that version, your existing archives will keep collecting tweets using your existing authentication.
Blog Archive » Some applications relating with XMind Posted on December 8th, 2011 in Opensource | 1 Comment » Every week, XMind receives many emails about the development. There are already some products in the market.