Here, focussed on CS degrees. I don't agree with the top bit, but the warnings section is good. The statement "Don't get a Ph.D. if you don't want to do research is, to my mind, old school. I don't "do" research (althogh I am not divorced from it), so don't agree with this part. The warnings section is rock solid.
More on CS thesis. There seem to be a lot of sites out there about Ph.D.'s in CS. Less in other fields (or my google mojo bites...)
A bunch of links, some better than others... The third link is very true in my case. Professionally I totally seperated from my base when I went commercial. Now years in to it, I have new network, but it is tough at the beginning. This mates well with my discussions on interviews. There is a lot here for the humanities that carries over to what I have been writing, so they may not be as weird as I thought they were. Still seems weird to have paid for graduate school (yes, in biology we are paid to go to school....).
Humorous take on why to get a Ph.D...ummmm I went to different school!!!!!
This is an incrdibly good summary of how to get through grad school and afterwards...
There are probably more, but this is some stuff I was reading ( I really need to get a life...)