As announced on July 25, we have changed the name of iThink to Minekey.
Facebook users can check out the new face of the application by clicking here — and once there, don’t forget to click the applications link on your Facebook profile and bookmark Minekey.
Please note that we are only changing the name of the application. The user experience – the features, functions and design – will not be affected in any way. We will continue to use the same Favicon and Application images that you are familiar with, so finding Minekey (iThink) on your Facebook profile or in the App Directory should be easy. Once the change is made, any links or bookmarks that you have to iThink on Facebook, MySpace, hi5, Friendster, Orkut on your Profile will automatically be replaced by Minekey links and bookmarks. Your profile box, feeds, emails and notifications will continue to work as they have in the past, except that they will be named or received from Minekey rather than iThink – and you will always able to reach Minekey through these channels. Also, when you search the App Directories for Minekey you will be able to find it there as well.
I am confident that you’ll continue to enjoy the iThink experience under Minekey name. Happy Minekeying!
We’ve launched a new version of iThink on MySpace that we are excited about. The release includes a completely revamped look, faster load times, a people page that ranks users based on different types of activities: most followers, most opinions, voted most, and commented most. And it’s now easier for you to ask your friends if they agree / disagree with any opinion by sending them a message from within the application.
Visit our MySpace application to see all the improvements!
Check out iThink on Hi5, the latest social network to host iThink.
Click here to add iThink to your Hi5 profile, and join one of the many conversations with friends and others from across the globe.
There are also thriving iThink communities on Facebook, MySpace and Friendster. Click the following links to add iThink to your Facebook, MySpace or Friendster profiles:
iThink on Facebook
iThink on MySpace
iThink on Friendster
Today MySpace unofficially launched their Application Directory, and iThink was chosen as one of a few hundred pre-authorized apps.
Join an iThink conversation on MySpace now, and share opinions with friends and people from around the world.
Stay tuned for iThink on Hi5, Bebo and Orkut.
Tags: food, in defense of food, michael pollan, nutritionist
This week’s Special Guest Thinker on iThink is Michael Pollan. Pollan, UC Berkeley journalism professor and contributor to the New York Times Magazine, is the author of “The Botany of Desire” and “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.” Join the conversations around the following two opinions, and you’ll be eligible to recieve one of two signed copies we are giving away of “In Defense of Food,” Pollan’s new book.