Number one on this list should be the server change and how slow the server seems to be, but we won’t even go there. I’m sure Rob and I have enough to worry/complain about without adding that.
1. Re-organization at Yahoo! - Something that was probably in the works already but was hastened by the infamous Peanut Butter Manifesto. I still don’t agree with that entirely, but I agree that Yahoo! needs change. They need to take more advantage of their properties - and that includes the employees that bleed orange and purple.
3. Yahoo! Acquisitions - Nothing to confirm or deny, but important. Yahoo! announces reorganization, and is rumoured in deals with Metacafe (article here) and Facebook (article here). I do like Yahoo! and they could be big, but Yahoo! really has enough to leverage on their own - they just acquired Jumpcut, a Metacafe-like site. I think these are more about preventing the enemy from moving in than needing them for themselves.
4. Digg = 2 - Digg is a huge part of the Web 2.0 revolution, maybe not directly, but as part of the vision. Many people use the website to help filter their daily content and to stumble upon (pun intended) new and interesting information and writers.
5. 2006: The year in security - It’s that time of the year. Probably the first of many year-end reviews. This one focuses on 5 of the biggest stories in security. Here’s another one from Mashable on MySpace add-ons.
Honourable mention this week is from Rob - 24ways.org. A tutorial a day to impress your friends.