While I can appreciate the discouragement of laziness, I'm not so sure glib non-answers by previously helpful (to me, anyway) members are really edifying anyone. I am more than aware of the existence of the resource known as Google, and I access it ad nauseum. What I was seeking here was simply a quick reference from anyone familiar with assembly language for the best forum site from the many that exist. I wouldn't be considered lazy for asking for a book recommendation; I'm not sure why the distinction was drawn in this case.
Win32asm is dead. I think this is what rose from the ashes - ASM Community Messageboard - Index
Also do a google search on 'hutch' and 'iczelion' for good info on windows and masm