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IdeaFisher Retro7 Brainstorming Software

Boost Your Creative Thought Process

$99
for PC 
Platforms: Windows 7
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If your job is to come up with snappy themes, slogans, titles, marketing strategies, and promotional campaigns, you know you need to be at your creative best. But what if your brain has reached its limit? What can you do to enhance your creative thinking process? The answer lies with today's software promotion - IdeaFisher Retro7 Brainstorming Software, available for a limited time at a discount!

IdeaFisher Retro7 Brainstorming Software is a unique tool to boost creative thinking, giving you a thesaurus of words and phrases, a notepad, and questions designed to spark your creativity. With IdeaFisher Retro7 Brainstorming Software, you'll find it easier to come up with innovative and effective products, services, speeches, stories, promotions, and marketing ideas!

More than three thousand questions await you in IdeaFisher Retro7 Brainstorming Software, designed to give you laser-sharp focus on your goals, ideas, and results, with the ability to add your own questions. Combine these questions with millions of words and phrases covering multiple categories and topics, and you've got the key to unlock the power of associative thought! All of your reactions to these questions, words, and phrases are kept in the Notepad for later learning and reference!

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Mark Effinger Hi folks!
We're working diligently on a video presentation to give you more detail. But suffice to say:
• Drew Carey writes all of his comedy with our software. He and his writing team have a half-dozen copies to keep things fresh.

• A Purpose Driven Life, the biggest bestseller in the world (over 1,000,000 copies sold per month across all languages) was written with this software. Rick Warren also has many many copies for his team to use to craft everything from sermons to God knows what.

• 470 of the Fortune 500 have copies in hand. Sometimes whole divisions.

And you. Here's the funny thing: This is like a Secret Weapon when it comes to creatives. We see the names of the people who buy as they come in. But they are often shy about speaking up. You know: exposing that the head designer at Mattel has an electronic crutch... or the most popular Time Management guru boots his PC to get the creative juices going.

Ahhh... someday. Someday they'll talk. For now, let me get that video together and show you a few things you might find interesting. See you back here in a bit.
Nov 29 2011 at 12:15am Copy Link
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Mark Durieux I just purchased the software only to find out that it doesn't run on Windows 7, 64 bit! Seriously??? Why isn't this vital limitation PROMINENTLY indicated anywhere? HELP!!
Nov 29 2011 at 1:35am Copy Link
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Michael Begley I also use Windows 7 64 bit so I am anxious to hear about support for this OS. It is unfortunate that there is no download trial so that Mark had to find out the Win 7 64 bit problem AFTER he purchased it.
Nov 29 2011 at 1:59am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Mark, could you verify that it's not running on in 64 bit mode? The app doesn't require any external drivers, nor does it access the IE browser - the two areas where 32 bit apps typically fail when running in 64 bit mode.

Any insights are greatly appreciated (and will win you an additional Expert Topic Module of your choice!).

My Windows guys will be in in the AM as well.
Thanks much.
ME
Nov 29 2011 at 2:15am Copy Link
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Brian Turner No downloadable demo?
Nov 29 2011 at 2:18am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi Brian - No demo in this particular app. We acquired the technology and have been building the new version since 2003 (ThoughtOffice).

But there are some cool features to IdeaFisher that are locked into the IdeaFisher DNA. So we were able to create a runtime wrapper around it and get it to run seamlessly on Windows 7. We have more than 200,000 clients who loved the app, but couldn't use it once Windows XO SPII was released. So this is their cure.

We've been slammed with pre-orders, or we'd have a walkthrough video for you. Visit our website and you can read the reviews from users, see some screens and get an idea of how it works. And we're happy to answer any questions as well.

Thanks much,'
ME
Nov 29 2011 at 2:24am Copy Link
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Jason Howard Mark, how does IdeaFisher compare to ThoughtOffice?
(I am just trying to work out exactly where IdeaFisher is positioned at)
As a user of ThoughtOffice, IdeaFisher looks to be fairly basic.
Nov 29 2011 at 3:24am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi Jason,

Great question. I started on IdeaFisher when it became Mac-enabled in 1992. It's a crazy-fun language-based engine. Not as refined as ThoughtOffice - nor as organized. But unique in how it's organized.

ThoughtOffice was developed after Marsh Fisher and I spent a few years brainstorming on how IdeaFisher would look with a web connection. And remote editors all adding to the database weekly.

IdeaFisher is fun. If you'v used ThoughtOffice in "iterative" mode with the IdeaBrowser running through Synonyms or Definitions, clicking recursively from link to link - that's the closest to IdeaFisher I have experienced. But IdeaFisher is a bit of a drunken sailor - with a Masters in English and Pop Culture. Does that help?
Nov 29 2011 at 3:34am Copy Link
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Jason Howard It does. Thanks.
Nov 29 2011 at 3:53am Copy Link
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Mitchell Kastner Is the new GUI for thought office vaporware? I believed you have been promising it for quite sometime
Nov 29 2011 at 4:51am Copy Link
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Brian Turner Thanks Mark
but sadly quality of marketing has improved without corresponding enhancements to software, so it's a no-brainer for me not being able to test before purchase.

But maybe you have a 100% guaranteed money back if not satisfied?

Brian
Nov 29 2011 at 5:08am Copy Link
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Mark Durieux Good morning. Sorry for the delay. Tried to install at 2 am, left my post here, and then hit the hay. Here is the exact error message I'm receiving, just now replicated. Hope we can resolve this issue.
C:\Program FIles (x86)\IdeaFisher Retro\IDEAFISH.EXE
"The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher." OK
Nov 29 2011 at 6:04am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi Mark,
Thanks for the post. I am getting this to Eric and Dave this AM and will have a reply to you shortly.

I will also post the success formula I found last night as well.

Much appreciate your help. And let me know what Module you'd like, and I'll get that to you for taking the time to get that screen shot and insight: http://www.thoughtrod.com...re-plugin/

Much appreciate it, Mark.
Best,
ME
Nov 29 2011 at 7:06am Copy Link
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Mark Durieux I've tried various compatibility settings without success. I even tried to uninstall the program and that didn't work either. Consequently, I've resorted to rolling back my system to the prior restore point. Just fyi. Have you got any suggestions?
Nov 29 2011 at 11:39am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi Mark - Eric and Dave are working on it as we speak. When Eric developed the runtime, the number of 64 bit installs was fairly low. Evidently you're on that leading edge that keeps us hopping.

We'll have a fix or solution sometime today. I'll keep you posted (Dave may chime in a bit as well).

Thanks for the insights, BTW. Really appreciate it, Mark.
Nov 29 2011 at 11:49am Copy Link
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Michael Begley Mark, I run Win 7 64 bit and am interested in purchasing the equivalent ThoughtOffice product. Exacly what product is this, how much is it, and how do I make the purchase? Thanks. Mike Begley
Nov 29 2011 at 5:18pm Copy Link
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Mark Durieux SInce I already have ThoughtOffice and several modules, I would like to wait until you get IdeaFisher Retro7's issues resolved, Mark. Thanks.
Nov 29 2011 at 6:01pm Copy Link
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Mark Effinger So deeper investigations are revealing that We're having success on a good % of Windows 7 Home Edition as well... which does not support XP mode.

So we're running through all of the hoops to track down the nuances. Could be as simple as a permissions setting before initial install.

Thanks for all the great feedback, folks. And you IdeaFisher radicals - we've got a development roadmap that will modernize every element of this puppy, and merge the best of ThoughtOffice, IdeaFisher and MindManager into a simple, fast, portable and really solid app.
Nov 29 2011 at 7:04pm Copy Link
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Richard Paris Hi Windows 7 64-bit support is essential for me as well. Are you able to extend the offer another day to give you more time to resolve Win7 64 install issues.

Regards,
RP
Nov 30 2011 at 12:16pm Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi Richard - Thanks for connecting.
Yes, unless our friends at BitsduJour have an issue with that, we'll do it.

We have two folks doing installs and testing on every conceivable combo. The issue could be as simple as the Anitvirus software (looking like a probably cause) during install. Along with the permissions setting.

So "yes", consider the special extended. I will have Dave reset the coupon code for another 24 hours.

Thanks for the inquiry, Richard.
Nov 30 2011 at 12:28pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson No complaints over here Mark, extend away!

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 30 2011 at 12:31pm Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Right-on, Roger! Thanks much.
ME
Nov 30 2011 at 12:36pm Copy Link
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Chase Kanooth With OpenSuse 11.4 or 12 you can run a w7-32 guest inside of Xen 4.1. All you need is to install Opensuse and get a copy of w7-32 for your virtual guest machine and your off and running. To setup - Google and the Opensuse forums are a great resource.
Apr 23 2012 at 6:55am Copy Link
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Mark Effinger Hi, Chase. Dave Lockman here for Mark.

Great comment! I'm a Linux geek myself, and am still learning every day. I'll be doing some research into Xen 4.1, and see what it can do with Win 7, as well as earlier versions.

(As Artie Johnson used to say, peering through the shrubbery on the old "Laugh In" show, "Verrry interesting...")

Have a great week!
Dave Lockman
Product Specialist,
ThoughtOffice Corporation
ThoughtOffice Corporation - Apr 23 2012 at 11:56am Copy Link
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Charles Lindner I LOVED my IdeaFisher software. I am a Mac User and always have been. Is there any IdeaFisher Mac software out there for OS X Macs, or on the horizon. I miss it, and it helped me in many many respects.

Charles Lindner
cllindneryahoo.com
Sep 19 2012 at 11:53am Copy Link
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