Quite literally, actually.
Gamasutra is just one to pick up on the emerging trend that people want a social online experience. Single-player games are an aberration (I think Raph Koster said this first).
Look for more board and card games to come to your consoles and computer systems in the coming years.
Dan Vierria of The Statesman.com uses the Magical Phrase of Cluelessness as the title of his article: Board Games Are Making a Comeback. Yes, they are, and they have been every year for over ten years.
Wits and Wagers gets more press, this time from the Washington Post.
Another instance where Games Matter: the New York Times story of how letting inmates play poker is leading to the capture of wanted criminals.
Here's a site that sells nothing but play money from board games.
If you didn't just get enough games from me, Ludic Infinity is running a puzzle contest with a prize of Hollywood Blockbuster.
Go was just an event at the Southeast Asian Games, making it more likely to get into the Olympics at some point.
And an Israeli just won the Grand Worlds Magic final. Here is a play by play of the finals.
Gone Gaming has given over to me the Board Game Internet Awards to do with as I will. I think it's better when a bunch of people run the awards, however, so I'm planning on moving it to Board Game News. It should start Real Soon Now.