Originally Posted by AE Thanh
I use Mindjet Mind Manager. It's quite expensive, so I wouldn't recommend it unless you really plan to use mindmapping as a big tool in your arsenal.
The full version is several hundred dollars but the light version is $100 I believe. I use the full version at work (company paid) and the light version at home.
"Life is not the harbor. Life is the boat."
iMindMap version 5 is great, has extra functionality - you can attach notes, also sound recordings, the professional version has project management, and the online subscription is well worth it to be able to access your mind maps anywhere
I can export FreeMind files to HTML outlines and paste them into my master task list (or another document), with the proper indent structure.
My GTD setup (hosted here on davidco.com): Part 1 | Part 2