MM Personal Memory Manager can best be compared to generic applications such as spreadsheets, databases or text-editors, for it does not exactly fit into one category, although 'Personal Information Managers and Calendars', 'Training and Teaching Tools', 'Project Managers' and 'Desk Office Tools' all more or less fit the bill.
PMM holds all ideas and facts you truly value, and organizes them for you with only the slightest of your help. Only type them once and from then on re-use them across Mind-Maps or 'sheets'. Each note you create, 'knows' to which other notes, on which other sheets, it 'belongs' and how. Therefore PMM also holds all relations between the notes you create, and you can use them to navigate your self-generated network. At all times and places you can change all content of all notes and relations.
Notes and relations between notes can be visualized on sheets. Visualizations include icons and images, colors and shapes, zooming in and out. The relations between notes, visualized on sheets, show the concept, or meaningful structure, of the perspective you have in the moving present. When your perspective has significantly changed over time, it is best practice to start a new sheet and re-use (or re-collect, as in Personal Memory Manager) the most relevant notes.
PMM is unrestricted (using the Standard Version), that is, you can create as many sheets, notes and relations as you wish or need, and as such PMM can be a lifelong companion (as it has been for me for the past 15 years), a knowledge-tree that always grows larger and more essential to you. Download the FREE basic version here. You can always upgrade it later, keeping all your content in constructive recollection.
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