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These won't be entirely new to you, since you follow and, but Nigel Kersten, currently at Google, publishes very useful tips here:

Greg Neagle, currently of Disney, has maintained an excellent blog here:

And an old favourite, Mac OS X Hints, busy and eclectic as it is, is quite often useful for Mac OS X Server. The sites you've already mentioned provide an excellent start - we're lucky that, with Mac OS X Server, we have a community of experts willing to fill in the gaps in the documentation.

  1. Make Mac Work by Ellis Jordan Bojar is a great site
  2. The Bits (just found this one, but it looks good)

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