Your home for intelligent conversation on the web
Why THINQon?
The internet doesn’t have to be a waste of time.

THINQon is a community built for sharing and achieving understanding, about anything that matters to us, from our daily life's experiences and questions to historical, social, professional, and political ones.

Instead of just Q&A, topics and answers get developed and built upon. Understanding and depth are primarily achieved through an encounter of diverse opinions advancing and developing through dialogue. People don't only speak on THINQon – they are heard.

THINQon is a platform for a more intelligent net, aimed at replacing the ruling paradigm of the web – that of sharing and gathering information – with establishing and expanding understanding and knowledge.

THINQon provides duration, giving you time to think and develop your insights. Posts are ageless and always open to engagement, creating a history for the community and a common experience and memory – necessary elements for friendship.

How do I thinq?

  • Writing is a crucial part of thinking, and posting is the number one option. Impart the understandings, the insights you might not even know you had. Let people get to know you, let them get to know the way you think.
  • Tag posts to help orient people towards what you find interesting or helpful.
  • Follow topics and people.
  • Customize your room with a profile photo and bookmarks.

Come thinq with us at THINQon!

THINQon takes on what Wikipedia leaves out – our personal subjective understandings. Through these public conversations, a tremendous resource for living well is created, exchanging the Q&A model for an experience.

“The Greeks called this humanness which is achieved in the discourse of friendship Philanthropia, ‘love of man,’ since it manifests itself in the readiness to share the world with other men...

“For the world is not humane just because it is made by human beings, and it does not become humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has become the object of discourse. However much we are affected by the things of the world, however deeply they may stir and stimulate us, they become human for us only when we can discuss them with our fellows.”
— Hannah Arendt

The New York Times   THINQon in the New York Times

The Huffington Post   An interview with one of THINQon's founders




  
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