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3 Days Left to Enter the MindManager 9 License competition

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Your best chance is in the LinkedIn and Facebook surveys. There are 4 licenses up for grabs online, one in each of the surveys outlined MindManager 9 License Competitions.

Is it worth 5 minutes of your time?  Here is a Google search of MindManager 9 reviews.  It will probably take you longer to read a few of these than enter one of the competitions.  Your chances of winning the £244 inc VAT license are currently better than 1 in 100!  That is the UK price but the license can be used in any country.

If you win the license you can give it away but I need to know the end user.  Perhaps a student would find it useful for researching or your aunty for doing genealogy research or your business partner for working with you.

If you are a Mac guy you could run the license in Parallels or give it to one of your frustrated PC user friends.

Good luck

Win a MindManager 9 Windows License – Survey and Question

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

MindManager 9 Logo

Complete the short survey and answer the crucial question to get a chance of winning a MindManager 9 Windows license worth £199 plus VAT. Competitions close 10:00 BST Friday 27 August.  This competition is open to all readers of this blog.

Click here to complete the survey and enter the competition

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Download MindManager 9 Windows Free Trial

Promoting MindManager and Mind Mapping with a display in my local library

Monday, June 30th, 2008

Today I set up a display in the window of Alresford Library, my home town. Being right next to Tesco Express means 100s of people walk past every day and my display is there for two weeks. Unfortunately the library is only open for 21 hours in the week.

I had some feedback from an IBM friend who said “I need to explain it more” and my neighbour said “Drag the school teachers down for a look”.

Here are some photos of the installation:


The Location

The front view

The inside view

Note: I have a blank mind map which I hope visitors to the library will add to.

Alresford is a commuter town for London, has many IBM residents and who knows who else will be visiting the steam railway – Watercress Line.