A Sudoku solver (here, via @jneira) -- This is a re-interpretation of Peter Norvig's sudoku solver in Clojure (instead of Python).
This seems like a nice website for getting #clojure updates - http://disclojure.org/ (via @markhneedham) -- I wholeheartedly agree!
New chapter added to Clojure in Action by @amitrathore in MEAP! (here, via @ManningBooks)
Clojuresque 1.1.0 released (here, via @kotarak) -- Now with the examples updated to use clojars.org! Clojuresque is a Clojure plugin for Gradle, a build tool based on Groovy.
Life1D - Putting the Clojure hat back on (here, via @LauJensen) -- Lau previously ventured into the new territory of J (the language). Now in this last article he brings back some of the lessons learned --and the new brain cell connections established while learning J-- into Clojure. Both articles are worth a read to expand your mind.
(reduce + (map #(Math/pow % %) [3 4 3 5])) (via @fogus) -- Trust me, it'll make sense once you read Lau's article.
Learning the 'apply' function (here, via @markhneedham) -- Mark walks us through his discovery of 'apply' and its uses.