Thank you for writing these great tutorials on version control and Mercurial in particular. I really appreciated the information, especially the fair comparison between Mercurial and Git. I'm thinking about trying Hg on a future project and see how it goes.
Couple minor bugs below, and I mean really minor.
In the main Mercurial Tutorials page, there is one spelling typo (now instead of how):
Knowing and using some form of version control is all but a necessity for anyone working with any source code, no matter now big or small the project is.
In the BitBucket tutorial, the hyperlink to bitbucket's site is not showing properly:
BitBucket is a website ([bitbucket.org bitbucket.org]) that will host Mercurial repositories in a location that all of your team members with Internet access will be able to get to. If you choose, you could even set it up so that anybody in the world can get access to it (a public repository). But that's not required. You can also have private repositories that only a select group of people can get into.
Also, I think in this paragraph from the Bitbucket section, you mean to say Bitbucket keeps your options open, not Mercurial?
Interestingly, BitBucket supports both Mercurial and Git now while GitHub still only supports Git. So if you're split on which version control system to use, Mercurial keeps your options open.