Water: Top 10 Wikipedia References by Web Summarizer

This mind map presents  the 10 highest ranked pages on Wikipedia referencing the "Water" keyword. The MindManager map was automatically created by Web Summarizer.

The Mindjet Player facilitates the navigation through the mind map. Just click on the "+" and "-" to expand and collapse the branches. You can also adjust the scale of the picture – zoom in and zoom out – by moving the slider.

 Web Summarizer is a Web-based application that summarizes Web pages and documents.

Here is a link to the "water" mind map.

 Here are the 10 highest ranked pages on Wikipedia referencing the "tea" keyword. 


Water in three states: liquid, solid (ice), and (invisible) water vapor in the air.
– WaterAid currently works in partnership with local organisations in 26 countries in Africa and Asia and pacific region to help poor communities establish sustainable water supplies and latrines, close to home.
– The freezing point of sea water decreases as salt concentration increases.
– The body is essentially a container for water and the trigger is attached to a pump which squirts water out of a tiny hole at the muzzle or nozzle.
– The term "water footprint" is often used to refer to the amount of water used by a consumer.
– The history of man’s relation to water illustrates varied approaches to the management of water resources.
– The application of technologies involved in providing clean or "potable" water to homes, businesses and public buildings is a major subfield of sanitary engineering.
– Normally made of a sheep or cow bladder, it retains water naturally and therefore was very useful in desert crossings up until the invention of the canteen.
– Raw water should not be considered safe for drinking or washing without further treatment.
– The freezing point of sea water decreases as salt concentration increases.

About Context Discovery Web Summarizer

Web Summarizer is a Web-based summarization engine that summarizes Web pages and documents in English, French, Spanish, and German. The summarization results are stored in any relational database. Report writers, including web-based ones, can be easily used for knowledge mining of the summaries, keywords and links. The search function works as a back-of-the-book index pointing to the most relevant summaries and links.

The keywords, summaries, and links are easily exported via XML to other applications such as Mindjet MindManager, Microsoft Word, etc. to generate instant mind maps and reports. 

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About Henry

Hi, I’m Henry Lewkowicz and I’m the CEO of Context Discovery Inc. For long time I have been interested in the importance of context in understanding information. Intuitively we recognize the meaning of context when we say “you took my words out of context”. This phrase vividly signifies how much we care about our intentions and point of view. I believe that in the Internet age context plays a big role in rapid understanding of information. I’ll go on the record and say that in fact seeing information in context dramatically speeds understanding and simplifies application of information. In this blog I hope to have a lively dialog with you on a range of subjects related to context, information overload, knowledge, learning and other fun topics. In the course of doing it I will be using our own application, Context Organizer, as an experiment in capturing in 1 sentence what bloggers and other writers publish. I hope that we all will have some fun with it and learn more about communicating. Although this is primarily a technology and business blog, to great degree it's also my personal blog. From time to time, amongst the customary posts, I will write about issues that I passionately care about, my travels, and photos that I've taken. Periodically I refer to my family or friends, and sometimes you even see my vacation photos. I hope to make lots of new friends and learn a great deal in the process. Life is too short…. Enjoy, and feel free to write to me.
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