Friend of the blog, Mark Saltveit, writes:
Hello. I have a new project that may be interesting to readers of WW&W: http://www.taoish.org, a place for irreverent spirituality. My focus is on manifestations of contemplative religion/philosophy in the modern West, primarily Daoism of course but not limited to that.
My current post might be especially interesting to your followers: an analysis of one line of chapter 10 of the Daodejing by Steve Bokenkamp of Arizona State. http://www.realchange.org/taoish/mirror-mirrormirror/
(Earlier, I reposted his classic 1993 Daoism FAQ, which is pretty fun. http://www.realchange.org/taoish/authoritative-answers-to-questions-about-taoism/ )
Quick clarification on behalf of Mark: his current post is actually a post of a blog piece BY Steve Bokenkamp. If you’re interested in Bokenkamp, get thee over to Mark’s blog.
Thanks, Manyul. To further clarify (or muddle), this isn’t my latest post; I’ve since added a couple more, such as comedian Arj Barker’s rap “The Sickest Buddhist”. And Bokenkamp’s post on the line in chapter 10 [滌除玄鑒能無疵(乎)] was written specifically for Taoish.