DesktopLinux.com has a quick review of a book which comes with an Ubuntu LiveCD.
DesktopLinux.com has an article full of useful LiveCD information.
Linux.com reviews Symphony OS and its unique desktop.
Symphony OS is a GNU/Linux distribution designed to innovate from the ground up. Although originally based on Knoppix and now on Debian stable, it quickly differentiates itself from the bulk of distros by implementing the ideas articulated in a so-called grey paper on user interface design by Jason Spisak, one of the co-founders of Lycoris.
The State has a quick introduction to GParted.
Tom’s Hardware has a quality how-to article about using Knoppix on a USB flash drive for various tasks.
This article provides a gentle introduction to how a simple Knoppix configuration can become an indispensable item in a mobile technical toolkit.
A new version of Puppy Linux has been released with the new NTFS-3G driver, which allows writing to NTFS partitions.