- Edgeio Edges Toward Launch (Keith, Mike and team are just about ready to eat eBay's lunch...)

 - Fox getting set to monetize MySpace (another excellent analysis by Umair..."you're about to see a very expensive attempt at building edge competencies unfold (or implode) in real time.")

- Bill Grosso: "Microsoft is focused on changing the game entirely" (A bigco doing it right? Usually people say it's Google changing the game, so this is an interesting post...)

- GMail code hints at coming domain feature (intriguing... using Gmail as an Enterprise class email system - that would change the game!)

- New MSN boss John Nicol (who confirms they're not changing the name to MSN Media Network)

- niblette's Theory of Product Innovation (usability, utility and desirability are key...)

- Current state-of-the-art web design (Simple layout and using things sparingly -- is big)

- A Read/Write educator quits his job (I've been reading Will's writing over the past year or so... the education system needs more like him)

- anne 2.0: Churning and Burning (some big ideas in this piece... and great links, about feed grazing and similar ideas)

- How Feed Grazing fits into Web 3.0 (nice graphic and ideas... but please please please don't call it 3.0)

- Mobile Browsers Still Closed for Business ("...most experts agree that the software remains too limited and unpredictable for business use")

Flickr pics by Jeremy Zawodny