XMind is strong contender to mind mapping applications like TheBrain available on Linux. Recording and organizing thoughts is highly recommended if you are in a continuously evolving profession. XMind seem to get it right. Continue reading XMind: your thoughts, visually
It’s both important to organize your thoughts and remember new things. For example, wouldn’t it be great if you could just take a quick easily searchable note of the new recipe you want to try out and the key ingredients you want to add instantly when it occurred to you? And how about learning Spanish by trying to learn a few new words each day and taking a quick look at the word which you are just not able to recollect after 2 or 3 days? We found two multi-platform free tools those help people organize their stuff the way they want or train themselves remember new things using flashcards.
TheBrain is a mind-mapping software. It helps you organize your thoughts in a practical way.
- Organize ideas as modifiable Thought Relationships
- Drill your thoughts using its search. Never lose anything you thought of.
- Find loops, connections in your thoughts
- Change or reorganize your thought structures
- Supports multiple Brains
- Types and tags support
- Integrate or attach files and emails
- Notes, Reports and Calendars
- Free web training on usage
- Multiplatform. Works on Linux, Windows and Mac.
TheBrain is available for download from its website.
Anki is a software to easily create and manage intelligent flashcards. It is designed to specifically help you remember the things you tend to forget often.
- Add images, videos, audio files to Scientific markups in flashcards
- Fine tune how everything is shown
- Uses industry standard algorithms to function
- Organize stuff as decks and cards, in notes and fields
- Open source
- Multiplatform. Works on Linux, Windows, Mac, Android and iOS.
You can download Anki from its website.
[Courtesy: Jester Raiin]