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Highlights of the Week

* MOSS Adoption Exploding in Europe. All aboard the Sharepoint bandwagon: Intent without application. * Autonomy Beefs Up Their IDOL Search Platform. New features include drag and drop personalization, video indexing, and intent-based ranking among others. * Poll: Most Web Content is Crap. The solution is clear: simple, fast-loading and functional websites that offer relevant content. * Yahoo's New Site for Women is Shiny But Not Bright. Topping the list of things that sound good but aren’t. * O3Spaces Updated to Ease File Sharing and App Integration. Gouda is not just a cheese, it's a hearty CMS. * Move Over Lotus Notes, SharePoint is Filling Yer Shoes. SharePoint is fast becoming the next IBM Lotus Notes -- and not in a good way. * Blogging with SharePoint's Enhanced Blog Edition. Offering blogging capabilities that provide a pretty advanced looking -- and functioning -- blog.

Most Popular Articles

And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So what was your fancy? Popular CMS, and a whole mess of Sharepoint! * How They Hack Your Website: Overview of Common Techniques * Web Content Management with SharePoint MOSS 2007 (Part 1) * Results: Most Popular CMS in Technorati's Top 100 * SharePoint Web Content Management Licensing was Botched

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