BestThinking.com ended its ten years of publishing on January 5, 2018. We stopped accepting content or comments on December 31, 2017. However, virtually all of the BestThinking.com content is publically and freely available “in perpetuity” at Archive-it.org.
The articles, blogs, and other content, plus Thinker bios contributed over the years to BestThinking.com are still available on the Archive-it.org website at the following links:
BestThinking.com voluntarily ended its publishing business when it was clear there was declining interest in consensus-building, high-quality content in a world being overwhelmed by a highly polarized content of increasingly dubious provenance. Further, the loss of Net Neutrality, that will only advance the dominance of a few mega-corporations in publishing, didn’t bode well for quality-focused independent publishers.
We wanted to move on in an orderly manner to other opportunities related to our web-based identity verification and content monetization technologies. We remain available via Contact Us to handle any wrap-up details that might arise from our time publishing.
We want to thank our readers – which reached 50k uniques per month – and our 1,148 identity-verified on-the-record writers, the majority of whom were Ph.D.s, M.D.s, subject matter experts and industry leaders, including even a few New York Times best-selling authors and Pulitzer Prize winners. We’re proud of the 16,340 blogs, 1,491 scholarly articles, 469 comprehensive topical reviews, and 39 ebooks that found a publishing home here that may otherwise not be available.
We wish to sincerely thank everyone, including our wonderful families, investors, team, Thinkers, readers, and all the hopeful and visionary talents that made something extraordinary happen at BestThinking.com.