Show us your creativity — Win an iPad

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March 1, 2010

200px-YouTube_logo.svgToday I am pleased to announce that we are kicking off a month long video contest. Now is your chance to show the world your creativity, while sharing how MindManager has helped you get the Big Win. Visit the official registration page to sign up and learn more details.

Enter the contest for the chance to win the Grand Prize of an iPad. Don’t worry, if you don’t win the Grand Prize, winners of each of the 5 categories will win a 5 seat license of Mindjet Catalyst, including web conferencing.

Submit your video in one of five categories:

  1. At Work
  2. At Home/Personal Life
  3. At School
  4. For the World
  5. Team Project

Entering is easy, just follow these four steps:
  1. Fill out the form on the registration page.
  2. Create a 1-2 creative video showing how mapping got you the Big Win.
  3. Upload the video to your YouTube account with the category in the “more info” section.
  4. Submit the video to the official YouTube contest page.
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That’s it folks. That is all you have to do to be entered to win the great prizes. Hurry and get your entry in as this contest will end March 31st, 2010. We look forward to seeing all your creative videos.

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    This is great. When are we going to have MM for IPad so that we can use it on the prize tool? AppStore does not list MM for IPad applications.

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  5. Andy

    CORRECTED: I would really like to see an optimized ipad app and not just the small screen iphone app. In addition, you gotta do something about making it easier to sync the apps with either something like drop box or docstogo because the way you sync now it is way too hard. Also I do NOT wanna change the format from mmap to xml every time i wanna sync a map. It should just work. Right now you got me jumping through too many hoops to the point that i just won't do it. Sad.

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    • Garrett

      Andy thank you for your comments and critiques. I understand what you are saying and have passed this along to our product team so they can digest and use your points.

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  6. Andy

    I would really like to see an optimized ipad app and not just the small screen iphone app. In addition, you gotta do something about making it easier to sync the apps with ether something like drop box or docstogo because the way you sync now it is way too hard. Also I do wanna change the format from mmap to xml every time i wanna sync a map. It should just work. Right now you got me jumping through too many hoops to the point that i just won't do it. Sad.

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  8. Matt LaPrairie

    I hope this means we'll see a MindManager Catalyst app or web app for iPad in the near future… native Mac support for Catalyst would be really nice too. I could see our 5-person team using this if we're able to easily collaborate across PC, Mac and iPad.

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  9. Bill Goodwin

    Damn, wish I'd known about this before the competition ended. Using MindManager to crush law school right now.

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    • Garrett

      Unfortunate that you missed this contest. There will be more down the road. I would still love to hear how you are using it to crush law school.

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        Two words: Hiroshi Motomura. I'm at UCLA Law, and you guys just passed out a bunch of licenses like candy, but even before that I was sold. I'd recommend you use Motomura as a consultant for how to use it effectively as a law school teaching tool, because he's a master.

        I've started using it for other things (outlining papers, etc), but I'm still a novice. Working in class with Prof. Motomura is fantastic.

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