rmassart - 7:52 am on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
All my comments apply to the free part of the site.
I never come here anymore because the title and logo implies something from the 90s. Occasionaly Google will direct me to some content here - which is useful, but mostly that content is old (not neccessarily outdated, but old). Leads me to believe that the free version of the site is no longer growing or really being used. The other thing with the title (judging from the comments) is that it does seem to be applicable to the subscription offering. In that the value of that offering is in how to make money off the web as a businessman rather than about understanding the web's technology.
I've posted here twice since I became a member 5 years ago. Both were specific questions. One was never replied to (don't care about answered, but no one even tried to help). Another got one reply. Overall value to me: little.
For me the site is good source of older information, but becoming less relevant by the year.
I'm a web developer (mainly .Net, but also other technologies) and sites like Stack Overflow or even Microsoft's asp.net forums offer much better value without trying to be exclusive. In fact SO has the exact opposite model to WW. It's completely free to use and you don't need to be registered to post.