All the twists, turns and tips you need for staying up-to-date by the water cooler. This week’s highlights include: * Web Facilitates Wisdom of Crowds. Gerry contemplates the merits of putting faith in collective intelligence. * W3C Bring CMS to Audio. Because efforts to corral fluid written content aren't scary enough, now there's a way to index, and hopefully harness, audio. * Vasont Simplifies Single-Source CMS Bogart. Vasont makes a valiant effort to clean up -- and perhaps in the process define -- single-source content management. * Chad Auld Takes Reigns of Mambo Web CMS. Chad Auld takes the Mambo sceptre. Here's to hoping he doesn't swat somebody with it. * Evans Data Divulges IT Bullishness on SOA Adoption. Service-oriented architecture sees a revival of Saturday Night Fever proportions in the coming two years. And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of (if unique visits are anything to go by, anyway). Microsoft is larger than life; aside from that, the climate's been MOSSy: * AJAX for ASP.NET * BearingPoint Launches Secret - Very Secret - Media Weapon * Easy Web User Controls for SharePoint (MOSS) 2007 * Bye Microsoft CMS, Hello MOSS WCM * SharePoint Portal Review