I notice this forum looks to be almost exclusively focused on dinosaurs but of course there's a great deal more to paleontology than just dinosaurs. So anyone who's also excited by the prospect of drawing brachiopod and bryozoan diversity curves through the Phanerozoic or of mapping fossil distributions (or indeed anybody who just likes data) might enjoy The Paleobiology Database, a collection of data put forth and run by paleontologists from around the world. There's enough there to keep you busy for quite a while, if you're into that sort of thing. Just a heads up.
Just out of curiosity, are any of you into invertebrate paleontology?