We’re bringing civility back to public discourse

“I’m excited about this arena and foundation of positive, thoughtful expression. … We need to try and steer public discourse from the aggressive news format type to a more considerate, hopeful, and helpful form of support. … I can speak my mind without fear of being attacked. You’re bringing civility back. What a great concept.”

People are talking about The Thinkery network. This is not one of those traditional social network thingies; it’s an interest network, where people come together around a shared interest. Here, the interest is thinking — being thoughtful about ourselves, each other, and the world around us. It’s a smashing alternative to traditional social networks. It’s free, and it’s worth every penny. Wait — scratch that. It’s free, and it’s invaluable.

More testimonials …

“I love your community. I love all of your thought-provoking posts.
I feel like a kid in a candy store!”

“It’s fantastic. Very well done.”

“It’s a thoughtful alternative to Facebook, etc. I am thoroughly enjoying the site, the conversation, and thought. It’s stimulating. Very few rules — just a guideline of civility and consideration of others’ feelings. But, believe me, it’s not milk toast. So, think before you speak, and enjoy the intellectual stimulation that follows.”

“Love this! So awesome!!!!”

“This is a fun and enjoyable social network that is far from the norm.
Get ready to enter the world of … The Thinkery!!”

Don’t just take their word for it. I invite you to meet these happy people and add your story to theirs.

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