I have been very busy as of late, mostly at work. That said, I have been working on a few projects of note.
First, I am in process of getting everything migrated over to a new server. Yes, I am dumping GoDaddy and Squarespace for a self run Linode.
Pertaining to the first point, I have been working on getting Teamspeak and Minecraft working on there first, then the others. In my escapades here I have run into a few issues I had to overcome, and with that comes the third point.
Third, and lastly, I am going to be doing a video series on running, adminning, and tricks to RHEL (and its clones) servers. I will eventually get to desktop orientated tasks (GNOME 3 has a bundle of hidden gems). The idea is to use the RHEL docs as a guide, and step thru the commands with commentary. GNOME3 (and Cinnamon for that matter) have screencasting software built in, so this will be rather easy.
My first few videos will be getting RHEL6.2 installed and prepped. There are steps to locking down your setup that should be obvious, but from what I have been seeing around -- rarely implemented. Another will be on creating custom daemons. Another is on Red Hat's new SPICE protocol for VMs. This is going to be a good one :D If you haven't tried SPICE, you are missing on alot of power there. Think warp drive for thin client, or remote VM shares. I was blown away a few months back when I first tried it out.
Any other ideas are welcome, but for starting out, the first dozen or so are pretty much in stone, so don't fret if your idea isn't done immediately. My time lately has been short, so I am limited to a few videos a week tops once I get the Linode done (first priority, I a pissing alot of cash away by not using it).