I've learned a lot from the CSS community on-line, and now I'm visiting forums letting people now about a tool I created to give something back.
I used to use my own software to catalog my favourite CSS snippets I found across blogs and forums. Recently, I decided I'd upgrade it and open it up to the public as a web application. The site is called CSSPop.com and the premise is simple: find handy CSS snippets or submit your own.
I've designed it in a way that everyone can benefit: seekers can find beautiful CSS to use in their work and submitters can promote themselves and their skills.
My hope is that this will be a valuable extension for the CSS community, allowing more people to learn from example, showcase their work, and promote/advertise their skills.
Oh and to the moderators, if this post violates any forum rules please let me know -- or do as you wish with it :P.