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Thread poster: Kevin Schlottmann

Kevin Schlottmann  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 00:09
German to English
Mar 4, 2002


On Glosspost today, there was a click through for a 30-day demo of this information organizing program, which is essentially a tree-based way of structuring an unlimited amount of data. It looks really good, especially as a way to organize all those darn web links that I want to keep track of.


I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this or other similar programs (if so, what they are called and how they are setup), and if they are as useful as they seem.


This is the link:


http://www.adm21.net/


 

Andrzej Lejman  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:09
Member (2004)
German to Polish
+ ...
Data bases Mar 5, 2002

Dear Kevin,


I don\'t know the program you mentioned, but I know two another programms that could be usefull:

1) Mindmanager www.mindjet.com

2) Biblioscape www.biblioscape.co.uk

Especially, the first one is very interesting and usefull whem writing an article, book or gathering data on a specific topic.

The second one is more for organizing a library, but you can also have a look at it.


Regards

Andrzej Lejman



 


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