James has handled the envisioning and implementation for the site, and he’s done a wonderful job. The site lists all the tools in the book plus a few we had to drop for various reasons. We’ll be adding more tools as the site continues to grow.
What’s really cool about the site is that you can create your own “toolbox” listing the tools you currently use. You can create a blog badge to link back to your toolbox and show off the neat gadgets you’re making use of. You can also cast votes for tools you love, sort of a “tool love” thing.
James got some great features in this initial release, and we’ll continue to roll out new features over time.
Check out the site and let us know what you think!
(We’re still adding tools from the book to the list. I just finished up RSS Toolkit, which is tool 25 out of 170… It will take a few more days to get the tool list completely loaded up.)