I know that many people believe that a website is only worth what you get out of it. Well today, many of you received a personal email from me encouraging you to join Wired Journalists, a new online community. To give you a sense of how valuable I think it is, here’s what I got out of it, just today.
In a forum devoted to Tools You Can Use, I was introduced (or reintroduced) to the following great sites (in no particular order):
Vuvox – An easy to use production and instant sharing service that allows you to mix, create and blend your personal media.
Dabble DB – Dabble DB helps you build an online database on the web.
EditGrid - More than spreadsheets.
pbwiki – Create your own wiki.
Zoho – Collaborate on a variety of online projects.
Many Eyes – Create a visualization in three easy steps.
Office 2.0 Database – Database of online tools.
Kwout – A way you quote a part of a web page as an image with an image map.
Zamzar – Convert files without downloading software.
ChatMaker – Easy chat rooms. Read more here.
Pingie – RSS to SMS.
And there were still other suggestions. So to me, this is a site worthy of my time. What about you? What better option do you have then Wired Journalists?