Yep, always a good site. And like you, I've seen some strange responses from people. It still pisses me off to see information regarding SEO Best Practices that were common place 4 or 5 years ago, and people still recommend it today. A quick look on a Google blog, or even listening to anything Matt Cutts says, and the old practices of stuffing keywords, buying links and using Linkvana or BuildMyRank and you'll see instantly that these are no longer viable SEO Tactics.
I had a client contact me today about their website and wanting some minor tweaks. Instead of an index.html file for their main page, it redirects to the following (words have been changed to protected the stupid);
This was probably the most blatant keyword stuffing that I've ever seen a client do. And they can't figure out why their business has dropped rankings and the phone is no longer ringing! Thankfully they had the mind to seek help, but had they not tried this "trick" last year, their business could be a long way further than what it is.
Another site I spend a lot of time on is seo.alltop.com - daily links from industry sources.