I just received an e-mail a few minutes ago with the announcement that AllThingsD.com is live and online.Â AllThingsD is a news content website spun-off of The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).Â The e-mail came from Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher who wrote:
That’s right, it’s finally live. Thanks for waiting. We appreciate your patience. But we couldn’t have launched until we were absolutely ready. Walt never would have been the same if he’d had to pan his own Web site. You know what a bad Mossberg review can do to the ego. Thankfully, we didn’t get one. And today AllThingsD.com, the Web extension of our D:Â AllÂ ThingsÂ Digital executive conference, is live online and awaiting your visit. There’s a lot to see, so here are a few good places to start.
Some of the places mentioned include BoomTown, Walt Mossberg, Digital Daily, Voices, and video posts from Kara.
Both Mossberg and Swisher are both involved with the Wall Street Journal.Â Mossberg is a creator and author of the Personal Tech column at the WSJ and Swisher is the author of BoomTown in the Marketplace section.
Previous coverage of AllThingsD on Pulse 2.0 is available at:
Below is a screen shot of some of the content that is currently on the website: