I'm always on the lookout for the ultimate Personal Information Manager. I don't quite know what I'm looking for, although I know I haven't found it yet. Treepad (www.treepad.com) probably comes closest, but I'm still not 100% happy with it. When you're planning a big project, there's still no tech solution that can beat shuffling a pack of blank cards around a desk, or a load of yellow sticky notes on the wall.
If you're the same, then here's a novel new take on the PIM/Mindmap idea. It's called Treesheets and it's basically a cross between a spreadsheet, organizer, mindmap and more. It's difficult to describe precisely what it does, except that it makes it very easy to create nested tables within tables, and to use those to help organize your data.
If you think it might be what you've been looking for all these years, head to www.treesheets.com and try it. It's only a 3 MB download, and is completely free. Plus, the live tutorial that starts up when you first load the program will get you familiar with the main concepts in just a few minutes.
Thanks to site user Graham for this interesting Hot Find.