The Gnome icon theme is not exactly a great one or at least I for one never found it to be polished enough to use, but the latest version available via GIT is definitely an improvement.
There is an ongoing discussion on a Gnome mailing list which points out that Gnome and KDE might collaborate for a new project: a FLOSS alternative to Dropbox.
The Nautilus with Gnome Activity Journal integration was an idea introduced by Ian Cylkowski but it seems we'll not have Nautilus with Gnome Activity Journal, but with Zeitgesit (ZeitgeistFS to be more exact), like you can see in the video below (and the above screenshot).
Like we told you a while back (well, actually Mark told you), Ubuntu 10.04 will get a new theme:
Firstly, I'm sure you can't wait to see the new Ubuntu theme. Ubuntu is Lightware:
Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop. It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats and allows for subtitle editing, translation and synchronization
Some of the best Gnome themes: New Wave, Dust and Dust Sand have just been updated to the latest version in Ubuntu Lucid.
You probably already know these themes very well and there aren't too many visual changes but here are some screenshots anyway.
Gnome Shell is the new core user interface for Gnome 3 which provides switching windows and applications but you've probably already heard of it by now so I'll skip the introduction.
Gnome Activity Journal 0.3.3 has been released today. This version brings some new views as well as bug-fixes:
Because Pandora.com web-based flash player is a resource hog (especially on Linux), Kevin Mehall (which also created the Chrome-like "Pin Tab" feature for Gnome window list) developed a Pandora client for Gnome, called Pithos.
If you're not new to Web Upd8, I'm sure you already know the beautiful Gnome themes from the Bisigi Project which come with an Ubuntu PPA for a one-command installation. Well, today a new theme has been released, called AirLines.
Gstyle is a new full Gnome theme manager with some really great features which I am sure you will love if you like to customize your Desktop look constantly. [...] Gstyle can show you how a theme (any kind of theme: icons, Emerald, Metacity, etc.) actually looks, not just a preview. You will see what I mean in the screenshots below.