All the twists, turns and tips you need for staying up-to-date by the water cooler. This week’s highlights include: * The Best Websites are Useful and Ugly. A (necessary?) buzz-kill for the enterprise aesthetes out there. * Plone 3.0 Candidate is Ready for Testing. Ready to Plone and Plone some more? Now you can, and with versioning too. * State of the Open Source Union, Thanks Alfresco!. Alfresco's extensive biannual survey of user preferences. Take a look; it may surprise you. * Publishers to Merge Print and Online Metrics. Isn't it about time? * Homebrew is for Beer, Not Content Management. Need six reasons not to try brewing your own CMS in the tech cave? We'll give you three right now: versioning, dependency management and usability. And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of (if unique visits are anything to go by, anyway). Reinvention, whether by mergers, innovations or repositioning, was big this week. * M & A: Hyland Software is Off the Market * Google Apps Go Mobile, Starting with iPhone * Iron Mountain Reinvents Itself with Eye on Records Management * What is an Ontology? And Why We Need Them * VMware to Rock VMworld with Release of Server 2.0