clojure cookbook (here, via @piotrgega) -- gettingclojure.org gets a new section: a clojure cookbook modeled after the O'reilly cookbooks. Plenty of recipes for many common goals for clojure programmers.
Domain Models - Thinking differently in Scala & Clojure (here, via @debasishg) -- The author creates models for the same domain both in Scala and Clojure. It turns out that the programming language you use affects the way you think about problems.
Introdução ao Clojure (here, via @diullei) -- An introduction to Clojure in Portuguese, but instead of using that Oracle JVM, it is using the Microsoft CLR. And oh, winforms!
I've written midje-mode, a go at applying the "work with ease" mantra to #clojure/#midje development (here, via @marick) -- Midje, a mock-oriented testing framework for Clojure just got Emacs support, a rite of passage for any clojure project to be taken seriously, or so it seems. The link is to a wiki site, and somewhere in there there is a screen cast showing midje-mode.
Unifycle: A Unification Library for Clojure (here and here, via @fogus) -- "Unification forms the basis of Prolog’s modus operandi and is often used in applications pertaining to automated reasoning, logic, type systems, and algebra." 'nuff said! The code can be found here.
Classification with MIRA in Clojure (here, via @aria42) -- Warning, very nerdy machine learning algorithm ahead. This article describes MIRA and its implementation in Clojure.
Notes from last week's Clojure meetup w/ Rich Hickey (here, via @tvachon) -- Yes, your clojure code is about to get much faster, and with very little changes to your code to boot. I can personally certify the accuracy of this article, since I was at that talk too. Rich Hickey just gets better and better at this sort of talks.
Hey @kennedywm, is your #clojure #VS2010 plug-in somewhere available? I would like to try it! (via @urzidlo) -- Another sign that Clojure on the CLR (.NET) is getting some serious traction: a Visual Studio plugin!
Finished a braindump of nREPL's protocol and message "spec". Comments welcome, esp. from Clojure toolmakers. (here, via @cemerick) -- An early implementation of nREPL, a remote REPL implementation to unify development tool access to the REPL in a way that is not SLIME/swank. This project is moving really fast.