updated 03:25 pm EDT, Fri June 22, 2007
Mindquarry 1.1, GO
Mindquarry has published two new releases; the first of these is v1.1 of its self-titled software, which enables workgroups to share files, assign tasks, collaborate on assignments and write wikis. The upgrade to the program introduces a "time machine," which allows users to view older versions of files and thus recreate them. Images and tables can be inserted into wikis much as with an ordinary document, and the Interlink shows all content related to a wiki, including files, tasks and companion articles. The user interface meanwhile separates list views from item views. Mindquarry is free, but support has varying fees.
Now in beta is Mindquarry GO, an online version of the company's tools that eliminates the need to download or configure the software. There are current 333 beta accounts available; these offer unlimited teams, users, tasks and wikis, and also come with 100GB of file storage, plus (depending on the tester) up to three months of free use. The beta phase ends on September 9th.