On Monday, Matt Cutts (the head of search spam at Google) broke away from tradition and pre-announced some changes Google will be making regarding SEO and webspam later this summer. He briefly touched on ten or so changes that will be coming to Google's algorithms and search results in the "next few months".
As always, Matt added the usual disclaimer that priorities and timelines may change between now and then - but this is what is scheduled currently. Here's a quick summary of the ten points followed by the video:
(Another) Major Penguin Update
A Harder Look At Spammy Queries
Going Upstream At Link Spammers
Higher Quality Link Analysis
Improvements On Hacked Sites
Authority Boost In Algorithm
Panda To Somewhat
Adjustments To Domain Clusters In SERPs
Improved Communication To Webmasters
Now more than ever, Google seems to be listening to feedback from webmasters. What other changes would you like to see regarding search results, web sites and web spam? Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.