Peter Morville has launched Findability.org with the goal of “placing findability on a par with usability“. The site is part Usable Web topical resources, and part Userati-style listing of, well, Finderati. Congratulations on the launch!
While its stated purpose is to be an advocacy site, it strikes me as yet another IA resource, like the IA Library, or Wiki. But maybe thats just my warped perspective from reading too many IA resources. I wonder though Who is the audience? Business folks? Other UX disciplines that have yet to acknowledge findability? Well see how this works out, though I think it might need to change to reach a business audience.
One other interesting snippet from the FAQ – Peter is writing a new OReilly Book on findability. [ia/ blogs]