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  1. maxrigging

    TheBrain and EN

    I've just stumbled onto TheBrain, and am trying our the trial version. Is seems to have a nice integration (using links) with Evernote. Anyone else using TheBrain? If so, how's the experience and connection to Evernote? - Mike
  2. As I use EverNote more and more, I find the ability to save and search for anything very helpful. But being a visual person I am looking for a better way to look at the notes and see the relationships between them in a visual way. The Related Notes functionality just isn't dong it for me. I used to use an application called theBrain (thebrain.com) that is a mind map on steroids and provides a great way to see the relationship between thoughts (theBrain term for notes). I would think that with the proper use of tags creating something similar in EverNote would be possible. I also found an app Bubble Browser for EverNote on the iPad that is going in the right direction, but visually it isn't quite there.
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