New web framework called ringfinger (here via @myfreeweb). Very early stage so expect rough edges. The framework supports NoSQL DBs, initially MongoDB. It auto-generates CRUD html/REST based on a simple model definition.
The Noir web framework upgrades to 1.1.0 (here via @ibdknox). Gets lots of handy improvements like session/flash-put! and sesion/flash-get and server/stop restart.
The Sanity library (here via @nilsgrunwald) does type inference based on argument names and adds appropriate type hints.
Google-Talk-Clojure-REPL (here via @sreenathnannat) lets you talk to a remote REPL using Google Talk. It uses the Java Smack Jabber (XMPP) library and requires a Jabber address for each end of the connection.
ClojureScript field report (here via @chrishouser). Quote: "Client-side side stuff I've wanted to do with my app but couldn't even begin to have the patience to implement- now suddenly seem trivial in principle. Having access to the reader for transmitting native data structures between the server and client... I don't even have the words."
Twitter has Clojure code in production and is experimenting a lot with it. (here via @kittylyst).
Meta-circular STM implementation in Clojure (here via @maclausen). If you want to understand Software Transactional Memory this might be your thing.