You can hardly ask a question on Stack Overflow these days without someone telling you this belongs on superuser, programmers(!), webapps, stack apps, etc, etc.
Has anyone (other than Google) created a wrapper around it all? I don't want to have to be a member of 97 different sites to get my day to day questions researched and answered.
UPDATE Apr 6 '11: I understand from this and similar questions here on meta.so that the SX/SO (which is it?) philosophy is to create lots of very targeted sites in order to attract experts. I.e. create lots of little kingdoms. Sure, fine, have at it.
As a consumer of the site/realm (not so much as a contributor) I still see value in a federation of sorts; as I state in a comment below: I would like a central location where I can search for an answer using SO tags and syntax, but my query would span the entire realm of SO sites. (The current search on stackexchange.com is merely a google search limiting to the SO.com domain (I believe) - this helps, but a more custom search would be preferable, where you can specify tags, etc.)
Similarly I see value, especially for newcomers, to have a central location where they can state a question and have the site suggest where this question should be placed, rather than just end up with "this belongs on xxx.so.com" comments.
Call it a product request.