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Mind mapping is a method that works for quite a lot of people. Brain storming, idea mapping, thought generation, think tanks – call it what you will. Traditionally done on large pieces of paper, why not use your iPad to create mind maps? You could use these for your own purposes, or “convert” those large flip charts into a smaller, digital version.
Via Baiba Svenca, massimo facchinetti, juandoming
Unleash your creativity.
Inkflow works like a Word Processor for Visual Thinking. Capture your ideas as easily as with pen and paper, then arrange and reorganize them with your fingers!
Inkflow is perfect for:
-BrainstormingPlanning and scheduling
-Graphic design and layout
-Sketching and doodling
-Notes, Sketch notes, Mindmaps, etc.
And pretty much anything else you would use pen and paper for.
Via Baiba Svenca, Alfredo Calderón, juandoming
Robin Good: TapEdition is a new service which allows physical, print magazine publishers to create highly-visual and interactive edition of their publication, accessible by all types of computers, tablets and mobile devices.
Adding interactive features to your publication is as easy as defining the "hotspots" and then uploading the content.
Key features include:Embeddedable Video & Audio Photo Gallery Show. Choose between scroll view, overlay view, grid view or a list view photo gallery. RSS feeds integration. Text content integration. Tap-to-call and Tap-to-email functionalities. Publish directly to the Apple Newsstand Charge for subscriptions Display your own advertising Final output as Apple Newsstand App and also as an HTML5 app
All features: http://www.TapEdition.com/features.php ;
A free edition allows you to publish one magazine issue per year at no cost whatsoever. A $29/mo plan allows 12 issues per year and the $299/mo up to 52/year.
Pricing info: http://www.TapEdition.com/pricing.php ;
Via Robin Good
It doesn't take up much room, about the same as a single iPad. But it gives you a place to store and charge 5 iOS devices at one time, from a single power source.
PowerDock 5 gives each tablet its own charging port and its own clear backrest. Each charging bay is roomy enough to accommodate your iPhone, iPod or iPad in their cases. An illuminated status light tells when PowerDock 5 is powered up and ready to charge.
Via François-Xavier Schaeffer, Màrius Garcia
The iPad is, quite possibly, one of the best way for marketers to enhance their brand image and interact with customers. With iPad in hand, your customers have the ability to view product information and engage with interactive content, all the while staying mobile.
More than half of all adults in the US own either a tablet or a smartphone, and one-third use mobile devices to surf the Web and watch video; no wonder marketers are creating platforms designed explicitly for mobile devices.
Creating a marketing campaign using the iPad can increase the customer conversation by delivering exactly what customers want, when and where they want it.
Though the iPad is the perfect marketing medium for reaching the new mobile generation, marketers are struggling to find new and innovative ways that encourage and enhance customer conversation.
Here are a few basic steps you should keep in mind when optimizing your collateral for the iPad.
Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
From the original article: "Ever since I saw the 3rd-generation iPad (2012), I began to have visions of its use for video journalism.
Many of ProVideo Coalition magazine readers sent me private enthusiastic comments about my pre-NAB iPad articles like Avid now lets you edit video on your iPad for US$4.99. Should you?
Why an iPad is like a 4×5 view camera, and why you’ll need a black “focusing cloth” and later part 1 of my review called 1st handheld dynamic microphones with hybrid XLR/USB/iPad connectivity from Audio Technica.
Ahead you’ll find several photos, a few videos, and comments about various iPad video accessories."
Via Nicolas Weil, Robin Good, Cyndee Haydon www.SandbarsToSunsets.com
Robin Good: Here is a truly well prepared illustrated guide to record your screen on your iPhone or iPad.
"This detailed guide describes the various options that will help you record movies (screencasts) of your iPad or iPhone screen. You can use it for capturing app demos, game walkthroughs and more."
Amit Agarwal of Digital Inspiration, has done an excellent research and curation job in bringing together the very best tools, resources and video tutorials that clearly explain how to record the screen on your favorite smartphone.
This guide includes six alternative solutions, all clearly explained by an accompanying video. Very useful.
Via Robin Good