Welcome to the Think.Tank

As you may have noticed, our site has a shiny new design as well as a new brand for our subscriber service called The Think.Tank. There are a few changes I want to make sure are understood about what to expect from the Think.Tank and the new dashboard.

First, the biggest change coming to the Think.Tank is the new blog. While we will still publish featured articles daily, we also wanted the opportunity to comment on more of the breaking news and add our perspectives and insights on the same day they happen. The best way to understand this change is that previously our site was designed around the idea of just one subscriber article a day. We wanted to move away from that model, so we were not limited to just one subscriber post a day. The new blog is where additional daily content will be published.

We have also added a new research section, with posts that contain more data or research. We will continue to add to this section as new information crosses our desks or we find public data worth commenting on.

Also featured on the dashboard is the Friday News Roundup and, coming soon, will be a section where we will explore more media such as exclusive video analysis for our subscribers.

Finally, we have a new feature called Inbox. The goal of Inbox is to offer an informal QA for subscribers to ask questions of our writers. Some of these questions may inspire blog posts, featured articles, or just help get a burning question answered for a reader. You will notice the comments section is now gone from Tech.pinions. An additional goal with the Inbox is to continue to give a public channel for readers to engage with our writers.

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Ben Bajarin

Ben Bajarin is a Principal Analyst and the head of primary research at Creative Strategies, Inc - An industry analysis, market intelligence and research firm located in Silicon Valley. His primary focus is consumer technology and market trend research and he is responsible for studying over 30 countries. Full Bio

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