UXnet, the non-profit network that "formed to make connections between people, resources and organizations that represent user experience" announced earlier this month that they incorporated, i.e. became more formally organized.
Congratulations with this bold step are in order. I am glad to see people like Keith Instone, David Malouf, Whitney Quesenbery and Richard Anderson, lont-time contributors to the field, on UXnet's first Board of Directors.
I am confident that they'll continue to promote co-operation in our field: I feel represented.