Posted by: pkab | 13 January 2008


By: Dennis Lorson

Pathway’s aim is to help you discover Wikipedia without having to worry whether you’ll have enough time to read everything you want, or if you’ll get lost. It accomplishes this by presenting you with a graphical “network” representation of your visited article pages. A node represents an article, a connection between two nodes means, of course, that you’ve gone from the first article to the second one. You can save the network you’ve created to disk and recover it. This way, you’re able to keep track of everything: what you’ve looked at, how you get there end just how it all fits together. Pathway has a small but useful feature set, is easy to use and tries not to get in the way. Written in Cocoa, it offers the elegance you’d expect from a native Mac application. Version 1.0.6 now plays nice with Leopard.

Download Pathway 1.0.6 (2,8 MB)

Read more at PathWay

Sur’s comment: This program is run on MACINTOSH.
Previous Posting about MindMapping from WikiPedia.


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