Mind Reader

April 2003
Management Services;Apr2003, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p28
Academic Journal
This paper focuses on Brainstorm's computer software which allows users to publish their thoughts in web pages. It takes text ideas and information on board from typing, web pages and other programs. The program automatically sets up hypertext links between matching entries wherever they appear. Users can then publish their thoughts as a hierarchical 3-D model that can then be viewed and navigated by others through the same software using a web browser. The mind-read feature is automatically embedded in the web-published models bringing them to life on virtually all modern browsers.


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