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  • MacSpeedZone OS X (3,260)
    Good collection of links, articles, and tips on OS X.
  • MacUpdate OS X (1,561)
    An alternative to VersionTracker. Not quite as large but a pleasant and easy to use interface without the intermediate pages required to download as on VersionTracker.
  • Macworld 10.2 Clean Install article (1,377)
    Dan Frakes has written a brief article explaining the steps involved in creating a "clean" upgrade to OS X 10.2 (aka Jaguar).
  • MacWrite.com (1,362)
    Lots of articles geared towards Mac OS X, Terminal, Mac Security (for Mac OS X), along with other articles.
  • Mike Bombich's OS X Tips Page (4,314)
    Mike has a page of important how-to's, including moving OS X from one partition to another, removing unneeded languages, and how to move your swapfile to another partition.
  • mosx.net (1,306)
    A French-language OS X Server site. It looks to be full of good information, and babelfish (on altavista.com) might help translate some of the pages if you don't speak French!
  • Mr. X Super Sexy Mac Links (2,372)
    A carfully selected, hand picked, list of OS X must-have applications and info links. Save hours of research and testing, go straight to the best apps and most useful info available. Included is a concise description of each link and any other information that might make your Mac experience more enjoyable ;)
  • OS X App Direct Downloads (1,521)
    A page designed to simply list the name of an OS X application followed by a direct download link (no redirects, no CGI, etc.). A short list of apps at present, but an interesting idea.
  • OS X Basics (1,377)
    A nice overview of OS X from a beginner's perspective, covering things like definitions, privileges, and user interface.
  • OS X Center (2,419)
    A very thorough and well laid out site (complete with Aqua look), available in both French and English. Main contents at this point are pointers to other OS X resources around the web.