voices.yahoo.com domain, except for our profile pages, which are still at contributor.yahoo.com.
In case you haven't seen it, there's an official introductory memo that seems to explain everything.
I just glanced at it, and haven't really looked around the new site beyond the front page, which does look nice.
I probably won't be following much of the cheering or gnashing of teeth (whichever it may be) going on in the forums. I'm only peripherally involved in AC -- oops, Yahoo Voices -- now, and as long as I get my "metro beat" assignments, I'll be happy. I'm also using AC -- oops, I did it again -- it's going to take me a while to get used to this -- I'm also using Yahoo Voices as a place to park my rants about TV and other things that don't have much commercial value (and don't fit into any of my existing blogs) but that I want to inflict on the world anyway.
The biggest change that I can see is that all articles will now be a single page. That means less revenue share, and it also means that some existing articles will take a lot of scrolling to get through. Going forward, I guess the basic strategy for writing for Yahoo Voices (ha -- I got it right that time) for people who want to maximize their revenue share is to break articles down and submit several short ones instead of a single long one. This won't affect articles previously published on Yahoo ("regular" Yahoo), though, as those were always only a single page.
Maybe in the end it will work out for the best. Without the content-farming stigma of the "Associated Content," name, maybe our articles will be seen in a more favorable light. Not that anyone (least of all Google) would be fooled by a name change, but it could be a part of a new start.