April 13, 2006

FreeMind - Free Mind Mapping Software

SourceForge.net highlighted FreeMind as its February 2006 Project of the Month. FreeMind is mind-mapping software, or a tree editor. With it, you can create foldable trees of plain text notes, enriched with colors, icons, cloud-shapes, and other graphics. Folding and breadth-width search make it valuable as a knowledge base tool.

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gravatarPosted by Aaron Shaffer
Posted on April 14, 2006 09:56 AM

CMap is another nice free piece to complete similar tasks.





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