I haven't been giving my fellow blogs enough love recently, but they've been producing a veritable tidal wave of excellent stuff:
Trap'd has a long post about playing with large ensembles, with an excellent list of the general principles of big band drumming- a must read.
The Drummer's Way has some words of wisdom from Jim Keltner. "How do I exist in a world of Colaiutas?" Companion piece: interview with Andy Newmark, in which he tells about watching Keltner record with John Lennon.
A "double shot" of Swiss triplets from Four on the Floor and Random Randy. Companion piece: my absurd Swiss triplets exercise.
Dave Aldridge writes about Funkadelic's Tiki Fulwood. Companion piece: my transcription of all of the grooves from Maggot Brain.
The Melodic Drummer writes more about playing brushes at fast tempos.
Rudimental Hands titles a post with some useful advice: never practice struggle.