PersonalBrain 4 private beta release is available

The private beta release will be available before the end of October, and will not be announced on http://www.thebrain.com and is an early release for the dedicated PersonalBrain user community, see below:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/personalbrain
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/brainsoftware

To sign up, send email to support@thebrain.com.

PersonalBrain 4 Key New Features:
The list below is just a few of the key new features. PB4 will be cross platform, with support for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Improved visual interface:

o Expanded view of thoughts that lets you see more of your Brain at once.
o Advanced graphics rendering engine for improved readability (anti-aliasing, semi-transparent backgrounds, shadows, smart wallpaper scaling, etc).
o Customizable thought icons.
o Zoomable thumbnails for images.
o Mass selection and deletion of thoughts.

    Powerful search:

    o Indexed natural language search of all content including notes and attachments in many file formats (Word, PDF, Excel, etc.).

      Flexible storage:

      o Multiple attachments per thought.
      o “Save As” support.
      o XML export capability built in.
      o Unlimited numbers of thoughts and relationships.

        Easy ways to share your Brain:

        o Publish to HTML (generates a read-only version of your Brain that can be accessed through any modern Web browser without the need for any plug-ins).

          Enhanced notes:

          o Spell checking.
          o Word count.
          o Hyperlinks.
          o Tables.
          o Multi-level bullets and numbered lists.

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            3 Comments on “PersonalBrain 4 private beta release is available”


            1. […] 🙂 The information seems correct. Holoflux in a post published in October, announced that PersonalBrain 4 private beta release is available and indicated that “PB4 will be cross platform, with support for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux”. It is according to the Yahoo PersonalBrain group group a Java-based application. […]


            2. I am a scientist, studying emotions with a particular focus on non-conscious altruism and only vaguely conscious guilt or worry about harming others. This can include what we term ‘survivor guilt’ defined as believing that if you are successful and/or happy, you rish harming a loved one, simply by comparison. Meaning, if I am in good shape, healthy, successful and/or happy, I will worry that my condition will make my Mother (father, sister, brother, best frined etc) feel inadquate simply by comparison. I have been watching “the Brain” with great interest as my work is compounded tremendously by the scattered way in which information comes in. My lab, the Emotion, Personality & Altruism REsearch Group can be found at: http://www.eparg.org
              I understand that the latest, in beta version of the Personal Brain is usable by a mac person, which I am all the way. I would like to download the Personal Brain to try it out before purchasing.

              thanks vrey much,

              Lynn

              Lynn E. O’Connor, Ph.D.
              Professor, The Wright Institute
              Associate Clinical Professor, University of California, Berkeley
              Director, Emotion, Personality, & Altruism Research Group
              URL: http://www.eparg.org
              E-mail: lynnoc@aol.com


            3. […] information seems correct. Holoflux in a post published in October, announced that PersonalBrain 4 private beta release is available and indicated that “PB4 will be cross platform, with support for Windows, Mac OS X, and […]


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