TheBrain 7 Release Now Available

March 14, 2012

TheBrain 7

Introducing TheBrain 7

We’re all on a mission. We have things to do, people to see and projects to complete.  But when you’re inundated with tasks and information it’s hard to bring it all together and make it happen.

TheBrain 7 gives you a clear view of all your stuff in a new intuitive Thought display.  With over 50 new features and user interface enhancements you get even more ways to connect your information so you can save time and get more done. Learn more.

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Over 50 New Features and Enhancements

  • Visualize your ideas with TheBain 7 new curved links for even more intuitive Thought display
  • Add more meaning to your connections with notes and attachments for links
  • Get seamless integration between your Brains in the cloud and on your desktop
  • Manage Brains with ease whether they’re online or local
  • Navigate through your ideas faster. TheBrain 7 gives you more speed and an updated database backend
  • Plus new SiteBrain export, optimized instant activate, additional reports…and more

Get Started. Download TheBrain 7 Beta Now!

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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Folders

March 3, 2010

Folders

  

   The Power of Multidimensional    Information Organization for    Visual Thinkers

 

 

There are a wide range of information management tools that can help you get organized. Even just creating a folder of all key documents and web links is helpful for any project manager. However, the problem with your computer’s folder structures is that they are very linear and incapable of representing your multidimensional thought process.

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Cogito Ergo Sum. I Think Therefore I Am.

June 6, 2008

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From Descartes to James Burke: Breaking Things Down and Building Connections in your Brain.

In last month’s big thinker Web event, we were all blown away by the depth and vastness of James Burke’s Brain. But beyond connecting generations of Western innovation and history, his view of knowledge and philosophy for learning represents a move from Cartesian reductionism predominant in Western developed nations to what James Burke calls a “Connections” approach. This approach is also key to TheBrain’s philosophy of knowledge management and mind mapping.

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