The Motion League launched today. It's a new website with articles and forums, and seems to be oriented toward After Effects, Cinema 4D, and design issues.
“The blog features (or will feature) original articles, interviews, and tutorials; links to inspiration from around the web and beyond; and showcases great talent that doesn't normally get seen. The forum is a place for motion designers to talk shop, get feedback on their work, ask questions, and help each other out.”
There's already plenty of content up, like Beyond the Tutorial, which gives away secrets to screening tutorials, and inspiration like Movie Barcodes, on a website that shares unique views of movie color palettes.
By the way, if you use the latest Mac OS, The Current Cut shares MovieBarcode.app, an Applescript that approximates Moviebarcode technique. The Current Cut also shares a link for videocolorbars, a Python script designed for GNU/Linux to generate movie color bars.
The idea of “movie barcodes” is not new. See the comments in Entire movies compressed into single barcodes at FlowingData, though they don't mention similar things in The DV Rebels Guide by Stu Maschwitz.