So first, be sure to congratulate the team (and this guy on his first release) and dive into the documentation when ready. Btw, that Tridion documentation you're reading uses another SDL product.
So instead, here's my personal To Do list based on the update. See if you can tell which task is related to what part of the update.
- Update my use of Tridion-related icons (going forward)
- Reconsider my advice for Custom Pages considering an even better way to integrate
- Research "easy-to-setup CMIS-compliant CMS"
- Revisit TridionStack exchange questions on configuring Experience Manager-enabled sites in the dashboard, workflow, and setting item publish status
- Find my instance where I set up Target Groups (or set them up again)
- Make the "Insight" part of SDL's Customer Experience Management story concrete
- Find the right contacts to try other SDL products
- Review Education exercises for workflow and workflow design
- Revisit the component synchronizer
- Explain the Ambient Data Framework and Context Engine in a business-friendly way
- Suggest new new BluePrinting best practices for contextual templating
- Double-check which of my SDL Tridion Ideas made it into the product!
Also, if you're wondering if it's too late to be considered for the SDL Tridion MVP 2014 evaluations, first read Bart Koopman's post and then consider sharing something we didn't know about Tridion (because it's new).
For a list of potential topics and material, just look at what you've recently presented on or read a post by Chris Morgan for an SDL Tridion 2013 SP1 overview (and I thought I was fast).