Frenzy, (also in Ukranian, I think) a cleverly-named Live CD based on FreeBSD, is available. Thanks, Slashdot/BSD.
It appears to be similar to FreeSBIE, though more oriented towards system maintenance. Once compressed filesystems are possible under DragonFly, a DragonFly version of these sorts of products should be easier to do.
Unixreview.com has an article up about using a shell script to find abusive folks connecting to your workstation, and another article that reviews “The Elements of Networking Style“, wich sounds great if you hate the OSI 7-layer model. (And who doesn’t?)
Sascha Wildner has made the wiki version of the Handbook editable. It can’t get any easier than this to update.