Swing Temperature Converter in #Clojure (here, via @stuartsierra) -- another article in a series on how to write Swing applications in Clojure. This is about building tad more convoluted application, a Temperature Converter, similar to the one from the Java Swing tutorials, which needs the creation of an Event Listener class via Clojure's 'proxy'.
Sources say "don't know when it'll show up on the site, but shouldn't take long" (via @chrishouser) -- This is about the upcoming book titled "The Joy of Clojure" that will be published as MEAP (think 'alpha') sometime soon!
I finally got my project off the ground at http://getclojure.org/ — #clojure folk, please submit examples if you have a minute (here, via @devn) -- This website strives to collect user-friendly examples for all the functions in Clojure core, and requires volunteers to provide those examples. May I suggest that something similar is done for Clojure-contrib?
Prevalent Persistence for Clojure (here, via @kicuauan) -- This is a new project that provides a "Prevalent System" type of data persistence to Clojure. In this kind of systems the database exists in-memory and all updates and queries are also executed on the in-memory data, but in parallel all changes to in-memory database are also committed to a log file for later recovery. These kinds of databases are supposed to be very fast!