Desktop mind mapping heavyweight Mindjet have moved their junk online…..
Mindjet, the most successful vendor of mind mapping software (their Windows and Mac versions have both shown strong growth over the last few years, despite professional-level price tags) has finally joined the online mind mapping market as well. Their new Mindjet Connect site offers an online collaboration home for users of their software, plus a new web version (produced in Flash) that allows you to create and share mind maps without owning the desktop version. (via web worker daily)
My current mind mapping tool of choice is a Moleskine and a G2 pen.