Brainstorming online tools

January 19, 2010

I have blogged in the past about prezi, and I think is one of the coolest presentation tools out there.
I would like to share a couple of other brainstorming tools that might be useful for your thinking processes:

2 comments

  1. Comment by Angelie, Chief Evangelist at Prezi

    Angelie, Chief Evangelist at Prezi Reply January 28, 2010 at 12:21 am

    Thanks for the mention in your piece. Thought you and your readers may like to know (if you haven’t already heard the buzz!) about our new release, which includes a free Education License, updated editor with ability to easily add YouTube videos, and Reuse feature with a library of reusable prezis!

  2. Comment by dani

    dani Reply January 28, 2010 at 12:31 am

    Angelie, I have been using prezi from the very beginning. I even used it in Liberia to introduce our Export Strategy methodology.
    As I said it is my favorite, but in places like liberia with no/little internet it is not very usable. I do know there is a desktop version for paid users, but I simply don’t like your pricing model. Some people would like to buy it as a tool (once), having the service of sharing and cloud hosting as a monthly service. Petty. It is a killer app.
    I did forward the email about Education license to very good friend of mine who is the director of the management school at a university in South Africa.

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