"How to learn Clojure effectively" (my short talk at @cljugb converted into text) (via @fronx) -- This advice comes from someone that came to Clojure from Ruby, and offers a sensitive learning path.
#ClojureScript has a new REPL. Use Rhino or the browser for evaluation. Or bring your own E and write a new evaluator. (via @brentonashworth) -- Well, it looks like the new cljs REPL is here (or at least, committed to the cljs repo). The linked documentation provides examples of how it can be used.
Nice. Azure Launch Pad making it easy to run java/c/c++/clojure/lisp/delphi/ruby on rails in azure (via @thiago_bagua) -- At first I thought this was referring to those massive-parallel JVM chips, but it turns out his refers to Microsoft's Cloud. Azul != Azure, go figure!, but interesting nonetheless.