DDN now boasts a wide array of interactive tools, encouraging activists to share resources, publish articles, host virtual discussions, establish online communities, and publish their own commercial-free Web journals, popularly known as "blogs." These resources can be used for communication and collaboration between the diverse groups who have a common cause to eliminate the digital divide.
The site is a major technical and networking achievement... and I'm not just saying that because it takes a feed from this blog. It's great when those talking about inclusion issues really use the social technology tools that they rightly say should be widely available. The network and site also helps those of us promoting the virtues of social software to show potential clients and collaborators what is possible. At a price in time and effort, of course.