Mindmup is a FREE (no account required, good for under 13) mindmapping tool. Access your map anywhere, from any device. Use Mindmup's free cloud storage for public mindmaps (and allows for collaboration). Store private mind maps on Google Drive, with detailed access and sharing control. All this without the need to register, have accounts or remember passwords.
mindmup - a nice site for brainstorming or mind mapping
iBrainstorm is a free brainstorming application 4 the iPad & the iPhone> record brainstorming sessions using a combination of free hand drawings and sticky notes. You can share and collaborate with other users of iBrainstorm. Sharing notes and drawings between users in a local setting is a simple matter of "flicking" an item to another user. Watch the video below to see iBrainstorm in action @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKFpEMG3BF4=player_embedded
A great visual site for creating a mind map.
Exploratree - Exploratree by FutureLab
A fun site for brainstorming.
Simple Surface - spread your ideas out - Simple Surface
Brainstorm w/ this visually engaging site.
Edistorm is a webtool that bridges the gap between taking notes and making mind maps. The interface is intuitive, easy to navigate, and it makes the brainstorming process much easier. There are tons of uses of this webtool from student note taking and project work to teacher planning and professional development.
The easiest site to create a diagram or mind map.
Inspiration on the web, what can be better.
Real-time collaborative brainstorms and outlines.
SlickPlan is a web-based flowchart and website map generator that allows for the creation of free site map and flowchart design. This is a great tool for teachers looking to plan their own classroom website. It helps organize a logical flow of web pages and can be very helpful in creating a user-friendly design
Flowcharts, brainstorms, and mind maps.