Excellent podcast on Mind Node. I have been digging it for a couple of months since a developer friend turned me on to it.
Just a tip for EverNote Beta users. I create mindmaps in Mind Node and then export to jpg. I then add the mind node into EverNote. EverNote will then OCR the image so the mindmap is searchable within my notes. The only disadvantage is that if I change my Mind Node document, I have to update the image in EverNote.
I also like the fact that Mind Node document files can be viewed in Quick View by clicking the spacebar while the file is selected. This is a great way to check it out.
In addition, Mind Node documents are indexed in Spotlight so you can find Mind Nodes by searching words within the document. Cool!
I was so happy to see that little blue dot beside NLMA in iTunes. I'm glad you're back.
I've never heard of MindNode before, and it's just what I'm looking for. OmniGraffle is expensive, and has too many extra features, and writing on paper isn't digital or cool. ;) MindNode is just right. Thanks!
Govert van Hasselt (not verified) Says:
Wed, 13/01/2010 - 14:54
I'm very interested in you MindNode application.
it's not possible to open the free version.
I have a macbook.
Can you help me?
Govert van Hasselt
Wed, 13/01/2010 - 15:58
Govert? I'm not quite sure on what you mean with that comment... ??