Monday, July 16, 2007

The PersonalBrain 4 Released

TheBrain Technologies LP, released The PersonalBrain 4.0 for Macintosh, Windows, and Linux today. The PersonalBrain 4.0 is a visual management software application that allows you to relate information precisely as you want to. It works by allowing you to capture your thoughts and then associating them in a web structure. The program uses the construct "thoughts" which are ideas that you type into the PersonalBrain. Once you type your "thought" you can add a "parent," "child," "sibling" or jump thought to your idea. This in effect lets you categorize your ideas and move about your map.

The major difference between this application and mind mapping tools is that underneath the hood is a relational database that is keeping your thoughts, links, and associated files organized and arranged according to the way you desire. Imagine clicking on a category and watch as the program bring up all of the thoughts and links. The program lets you really drill down and capture and store an incredible amount of information. You can attach files, images, web links, notes to your web and have The PersonalBrain index and keep the information at your finger tips. I found the program to be very responsive on both the Macintosh and Windows platform and will be trying it out some more over the next couple of weeks to see how I can use it to construct some knowledge databases. The PersonalBrain 4 has extensive Search feature that lets you quickly locate information in your knowledge database. Once you create your visual management system you can click on a "thought" and jump to the information. You can export your PersonalBrain files as a SiteBrain website or as simple HTML. You can also print your PersonalBrain (Pro version) over multiple pages. Some of the features may vary depending on the version of the PersonallBrain that you are using.

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