I talked before about my frustration with today’s tools. About how we’ve become complacent managing our chaos. About the disconnect between how our minds work and how our tools assume they work. All these thoughts I’ve been turning over have finally led me and my team here: mymind.com
Like every product we've created, we built mymind to fill a need of our own. We were tired of saving notes and inspiration across our desktop, email, camera roll, Evernote, Pinterest, bookmarks and who knows where else, only to never find it again. We’d set up one too many systems and structures in an attempt to organize ourselves, only to forget them shortly later. We felt overwhelmed by our own thoughts and ideas with nowhere safe to put them.
We found ourselves wanting something we could only call an extension of our minds. Somewhere everything could just spill over, without worrying about how it’s organized, what others think of it or how we'd find it again later. So we created it.
Currently available on an invite-only basis, mymind has already filled a need for us that other tools haven’t. Hopefully soon, it will for you too.
I won’t explain too much here because it’s better to just use it yourself, but you can read our manifesto to understand more about what we’re working to accomplish. You can also read our promises before you sign up, to see how seriously we take the privacy of your mind.
We are working to expand mymind every day and look forward to hearing what you think about it. If you’re waiting for your invite, you will hear from us soon. If you’re already using it, we hope it’s giving you peace of mind.