The new issue of SPAG, an IF e-zine, has reviews of competition games, interviews with the top three authors from the IFComp, a timeline of the French IF community, a detailed look at Damnatio Memoriae, and more. Go grab it now!
The new version of FrobTADS, Nikos Chantziaras's TADS distribution for (mainly) Unix, has better support for 8-bit character sets and allows recursively including whole directories as resources to work on most POSIX systems.
The ANACONDA website now says that Jane Jensen's Grey Matter, her new point-and-click graphic adventure game, has slipped from late 2007 to early 2008.
(Source: Blue's News)
In an extensive post to rec.arts.int-fiction, Emily Short and Graham Nelson have outlined where they intend to take Inform 7 development, what issues they are intending to address and how, and what issues they are not currently planning on addressing. If you're interested in Inform 7, I encourage you to read through this document.