I am a developer and, as such, I use Stack Overflow as a resource quite often. Its great overall format really cuts to the chase as far as getting an issue resolved. Stack Exchange hosts a number of other interesting and useful question-and-answer sites across a range of topics, as well. I wanted to let folks know that there is a new Stack Exchange site that should be of particular interest to anyone reading this post.
Retrocomputing is a new Q&A site about computers of olde, of all makes and models. The site is currently in beta, and off to a good start, but its survival within the Stack Exchange network depends upon the size of its audience during the beta period. If you appreciate the format of these sites, as well as a great new resource for those of us who like to compute like it was 1985, then head over to Retrocomputing and become part of the community.
(As mentioned, the site is in beta currently, so upon first visit you will need to click on the presented “Area 51” link and proceed from there in order to actually get to the Retrocomputing website.)