Category Archives: Knowledge Management

Web Summarizer and mind mapping on the iPad

  One of the advantages of cloud services is the ability to access your information over the web from any device, any operating system and any browser.  This provides great flexibility and eliminates many barriers on using and sharing information. … Continue reading

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Context Organizer for MindManager 9

  Context Discovery is pleased to announce the availability of Context Organizer for Mindjet MindManager 9.   For those who are new to Context Organizer for Mindjet MindManager please take a look at this short video  demo to see how quickly and … Continue reading

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Key phrases are all about being informative!

  A key phrase is defined as a meaningful and significant expression consisting of one or more words in a document. For example a keyword "information" is very general while phrases "information overload" and further "information overload syndrome" provide much … Continue reading

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There is a need to automatically create key phrases

  Key phrases are meant to serve multiple goals:      1.  They enable the reader to quickly determine whether the given article is of interest      2.  When key phrases are gathered in the cumulative index – the … Continue reading

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We Cannot Have Too Much Information

  We are used to looking at information in a linear way. Typically when we read web pages and documents we are like hunters trying to spot the most valuable information that is hidden in the text.   Our mind … Continue reading

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