It invites everyone to create, chart and publish their thoughts and share them with others.
TOKYO (PRWEB) January 24, 2008
"Marici.com allows users to visually represent their knowledge," says Satt Hooke of Marici.com. "It invites everyone to create, chart and publish their thoughts and share them with others."
Users can also use Marici.com for scrapbooks on the Web. Once users put information on Marici.com, they can get new information from other users automatically. This allows users to both store their knowledge and also share their knowledge with others.
Individuals can use Marici.com for both personal and professional purposes. Ideas, notes, lectures, textbooks, plans, charts and more can all be mapped on Marici.com. Users have the ability to search and browse through the maps and topics visualized and created by others and can configure their topics and maps to be private, public or limited private.
Marici.com users who are interested in the mind maps or topics of others can incorporate and modify these into their own maps or can connect the maps to each other. This allows users to communicate about the topic and expand on each other's maps.
Marici.com's user interface utilizes Flash technology. Each interface has two views: one shows the user's complete mind map, making the map easy to understand, while the other focuses individually on each topic that is mapped.
Marici, Inc. was established in 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. The company's mission is to produce services that are more useful for users, enabling them to gain knowledge. Marici technology is used in several Japanese search engines. The company is currently making its services available to users worldwide.
For more information on Marici.com and the launch of its mind mapping social platform, visit http://www.marici.com/.