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  • iChatters.com (2,171)
    A site for finding and talking with other iChat AV users around the world.
  • Ilene's Mac OS X Links (2,621)
    Ilene Hoffman (of MacFixIt) has put together a page with some great OS X links, inlcuding a large number of Apple's OS X Tech Info Library articles. Check it out!
  • Integrating Mac OS X in an NIS network (1,786)
    An article explaining how to integrate OS X into Sun's NIS network structure.
  • Intro to OS X UNIX (4,203)
    MacInstruct has posted a fairly interesting interactive primer on using the Terminal application in OS X. This tutorial allows you to interact with a synthetic Terminal application to get a feel for how the commands work and what they do.

    If you're very new to UNIX and OS X, this is a good overview of the capabilities of the Terminal program which gives you direct access to OS X's UNIX engine.
  • Introduction to web serving on OS X (2,096)
    Part one of this multi-part series covers the basics of enabling Apache and serving web pages from OS X.
  • IT Enquirer's OS X Guide (1,425)
    A very thorough tops-to-bottom look at OS X, starting with preparation, installation, and a look at the system preferences panels.
  • J. Blake Harris' OS X page (1,737)
    A page with some cool icons for the iBook and for the Fire IM manager, as well as a replacement poof (no instructions; see them elsewhere on osxhints), and some new "favorites" icons (also no instructions; find them on xicons.com).
  • Jaguar boot image modifications (1,601)
    A page detailing exactly how to modify the Jaguar boot image screen to your own liking.
  • Ken Bereskin's Panther weblog (3,247)
    Ken is heavily involved in OS X for Apple Computer, and this site is his personal weblog featuring stories, images, and hints regarding all things OS X.
  • Leoville's Macworld Expo Tips (1,052)
    Leo Laporte's forum of tips and tricks for OS X that he and Ken Bereskin discussed at Macworld SanFrancisco.