I didn't have much better to do right now than browse reddit, digg, and others, and I found a couple of interesting articles that might interest you all.
First, Berkeley's Open Computing Facility is going to be offering a Unix Systems Administrator Class. They offer courses for those new to Unix, and those with pre-existing knowledge.
I think it would be really interesting to go to those classes. As someone who already works in the role, but never having been educated through "official" channels, it would be neat to see what they teach.
2nd link is a document from IBM discussing the merits of treating a virtual linux machine as a managed object.
I also know of several people who want to become IT Consultants. That's an intro guide from Career Planet.
That's all for this lazy Sunday. Catch you all tomorrow.