There may be applications that are able to organize free assets efficiently and with features but the majority are either plain websites or blogs.

I can allow that but since it is not possible to moderate what the community answers, you end up getting websites anyway which may be great so why not upvote them?

I think this adds to the "list of <X>" problem.

To add to this, I think the tag should be blacklisted from use.


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  • can you provide some examples of these questions? I originally misunderstood what you were asking here.. – Jeff Atwood Jul 17 '11 at 2:51
  • @Jeff I updated the post – phwd Jul 17 '11 at 14:06

These questions seem a bit "meta" to me.. a web app to find other web apps?

So I tend to agree, cut out the middle-man and just list the actual web apps themselves, not the places where they are aggregated.

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