All the twists, turns and tips you need for staying up-to-date by the water cooler. This week’s highlights include: * CMSWire Reports Live from the Ruby Conference! Last weekend CMSWire hit San Jose for the SD Forum Ruby Conference. Get a brief peek at our discoveries. * W3C Makes Progress with AJAX Standards. In an ongoing collaborative effort to rein in the unruly AJAX, the W3C makes headway with the publication of its first working draft. * eTouch, Open for Enterprise 2.0 Business with Mashups. You can't be Enterprise 2.0 without mash-ups, so the popular enterprise wiki solution makes it easier to incorporate 3rd party services into your online framework. * Next Gen Web Dev on Mac, Its Coda From Panic. Seth says Coda = paradigm shift. Hey, we all need our lives changed every once in awhile. * Ruby Conference: Mongrel and Rubinius Take Love to Town. Wrap up the week with the parting words of last weekend's Ruby Conference. It gets almost existential. Almost. And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of (if unique visits are anything to go by, anyway). Looks like Web 2.0's on the mind. Then again, isn't it always? * What is Web 2.0 CM (Part 2) * Feisty Fawn Leaps Into Virtualized Reality * MS Builds Media Management Offering on SharePoint * Open Text Swaggers After ECM User Response * RSS, JavaScript Wed Over AJAX