I realize this post from Robert Scoble at Microsoft is more than a month old, but since it’s kind of long I just now had the time to read the whole thing. It’s a though-provoking take on what Microsoft should be doing to support the new web. It will be a new world if they end up doing what he suggests.
In summary, he wants Microsoft to make it easy to take content and data from existing Microsoft applications and publish them to the Internet — pictures, e-mails, appointments, music, documents — literally everything. By publishing to the Internet, he means not just traditional web sites, but blogs, podcasts, and every other Internet publishing technology.