Monthly Archives: February 2010

Context Organizer in Comapping

  Gene Bellinger uses Comapping – a mind mapping application – to manage numerous projects and collaborate with various teams. He is also the editor of SystemsWiki.   As we know reading articles in Wikis can be very arduous. This is where Comapping’s visual … Continue reading

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What can you do with Context Organizer?

  As we all know, the home page is "the most valuable real estate in the world" according to the usability guru Jakob Nielsen. The homepage is your company’s face to the world. Improving your homepage multiplies the entire website’s … Continue reading

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The Inimitable Comapping

  Gene Bellinger uses Comapping – a mind mapping application – to manage numerous projects and collaborate with  geographically dispersed  teams. Comapping recently added a feature that automatically creates mind maps from web pages and documents. The feature is called “Analyze”. Gene decided to give … Continue reading

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On this day – February 20, 1872….

  On this day – February 20, 1872 – the New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art opened. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world’s largest and finest art museums. Its collections include more than two million works of … Continue reading

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Treat any Web page like a Twitter summary

  We live online where immediacy, brevity and speed are of great value when we interact with the World.  For example, what do we most love about Twitter? The speed with which Twitter allows for a fast and easy sharing using … Continue reading

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