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A workable secret society web application – Brain Trust

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I wrote about my desire to form a secret society several months ago and so far have found no suitable web application to help me do that. IMind seems to be the closest complete solution but it seems too jumbled to accomplish much (I’m judging them purely from their website, I have not tried the product.)  Recently I came across BrainTrustHQ.com and I think it supply the collaboration tools needed for a workable secret society.  I’ve signed up for their free version and I’ll let everyone know how it goes.

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This post originally appeared on the Stronico blog – with the absorption of Stronico into Digital Tool Factory this post has been moved to the Digital Tool Factory blog

 

Written By Steve French

 

11 responses to “A workable secret society web application – Brain Trust”

  1. Thanks for mentioning Braintrust. We’d love to hear about your experience and help you along the way. Feel free to email me directly (email entered in comment form)

  2. Thanks for mentioning Braintrust. We’d love to hear about your experience and help you along the way. Feel free to email me directly (email entered in comment form)

  3. Hi, I’m very interested in Linux but Im a Super Newbie and I’m having trouble deciding on the right distribution for me (Havent you heard this a million times?) anyway here is my problem, I need a distribution that can switch between reading and writing in English and Japanese (Japanese Language Support) with out restarting the operating system.

  4. iMindLive comes off as super jumbled, just as you mentioned. It seems to be made by and aimed at sales people trying to find the next edge. It’s not interesting to me at all. Way over-thought in the wrong areas.
    The brain trust deal now comes up as 404…did you ever try it out?

  5. That’s odd, BrainTrust was working a few days ago.

    I did try it out, I never got anyone that interested in participating in it. I do really like the idea of having a dedicated board of advisors that meets for an hour a month or so (and being part of one for other people) but the people I originally invited were all exceptionally busy at that period of time.

    Are you interested in trying one Chris?

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