The booth has been packed all evening, perhaps one of the most popular in the exhibit hall. People like the simple interface for visual mapping. It was good to visit with Shelley and Harlan and to meet Matt, who has been helping me master BrainEKP. Harlan promised me a bunch of new features in the next version of The Brain. !!! We also discussed how we might collaborate to use The Brain as a visualization tool for Lotus Notes. (We need to find a Notes App Dev familiar with JDBC, XML, agents, etc., to pull this off.)
I didn't bring home any brains from the exhibit. Already got one. (It's named abby normal.)
It's good to see The Brain at KM World - they are the only mind mapping tool present and the audience seems unable to get enough of the visualization The Brain offers.
Note: I've blogged about The Brain and posted some podcasts over at Notes on Productivity.