A Picture's Worth 1,000 Words - ThoughtOffice Helps Creatives, Writers, Innovators and Presenters with Unique Brainstorming and Creativity Software

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ThoughtOffice Corporation's ThoughtOffice creativity software suite expands professional image database to unlimited images, increasing the creative output and productivity of Creatives, Writers, Innovators, and Presenters. The use of images enhances the creative process and combines the elements of mind-mapping and outlining, and with an ever-expanding database of images, creating presentations can be done quickly and effortlessly.

A picture not only has the ability to enhance the written word, but has the power to dramatically drive a point home and can often speak volumes as opposed to words alone. This is why ThoughtOffice Corporation's ThoughtOffice creativity software suite has been designed with an intelligently integrated set of tools that includes a recently expanded image database that offers unlimited images. This is good news for the busy professional needing to come up with that last minute presentation with no time to search the internet for just the right picture that says it all. With ThoughtOffice, the perfect image is just a few seconds away.

The ThoughtOffice IdeaBrowser is a unique brainstorming creativity engine that uses words, phrases, popular search engine phrases and images to help explore ideas quickly and easily. The program is integrated with ThoughtOffice, creating a hybrid of mind mapping and outlining capabilities, and comes in the form of a mini-browser that is easily accessible, making the creative process a breeze. Crafting an effective and intelligent presentation can be accomplished in a matter of minutes when you have a plethora of images at your fingertips seamlessly bundled with the smart technology of ThoughtOffice.

The picture database is provided by Veer.com and appears as thumbnail images within ThoughtOffice and can be easily accessed by entering a keyword of choice into the browser and selecting the Images button. Within seconds, a set of related images will appear, and with the expanded database, you have even more opportunities to find the one that captures your content in the most meaningful way and can be instantly added to your presentation.

"Feedback from clients on the expanded image database has been extremely positive. Comments from current users continue to come in, saying that it has definitely increased both the quality and quantity of their creative output when using ThoughtOffice", says David Lockman, Product Specialist for ThoughtRod.com.

ThoughtOffice and the IdeaBrowser are offered as a paired software program that utilizes subject-specific questions compiled by experts in the field, user generated comments, along with web links, words and images derived from the web in order to develop creative solutions to everything from writing to product development, advertising, marketing, coaching and consulting. This program harnesses the often wildly unorganized creative process and organizes it effortlessly, affording creatives a more productive and effective means of sharing their ideas.

The software is available as both a Macintosh OSX, Vista, or Windows 2000 / XP program, and ships with a set of Expert Topic(tm) plugin modules that provide in-depth queries in 17+ areas of expertise. The ThoughtOffice software is priced at $97 to $499 available online at http://www.thoughtrod.com.

About ThoughtOffice
ThoughtRod.com is the strategic development channel for ThoughtOffice programs. The company was founded in 2004 by a former Inc. 500 company executive and nine-time serial entrepreneur, Mark Alan Effinger. ThoughtOffice leverages Internet and software applications into "Rich Content", the valuable output of ideas and "individual intellect" turned into useful products and services. ThoughtOffice is the result of years of research into the creative process. The company can be reached on the web at http://www.ThoughtRod.com, or by calling 360-450-6888.

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