Things have been pretty quiet here the last few months, but I hope to post a bit more frequently in the months ahead. In the meantime, a number of relevant blogs have been starting up elsewhere. A full list is on my page of philosophical weblogs, but I'll highlight a few relevant things here.
There are now at least four other blogs by philosophers of mind on topics closely related to consciousness: Eric Schwitzgebel has a series of extremely interesting posts on phenomenology, introspection, and related topics; Gualtiero Piccinini has a lot of good material on representationalism and computation; Sean Kelly has a blog (lately inactive) devoted to his ongoing translation of Merleau Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception; and Pete Mandik has a lot on consciousness, perception, and neuroscience (not to mention a rock band with an intriguing name). In addition, Conscious Entities has kept up a steady stream of interesting posts on all sorts of topics related to consciousness.
In other areas of philosophy, there are new blogs by M&E power couple Berit Brogaard and Joe Salerno, and another new M&E blog by Robbie Williams, as well as newish blogs by Luciano Floridi on the philosophy of information and David Corfield on the philosophy of real mathematics. I should mention three student blogs, by Andreas Stokke, Brian Rabern, and ANU's own Richard Chappell, which have a lot of material on two-dimensionalism and modality. There has also been an explosion of blogs on topics related to cognitive science, adding to old faithfuls such as Cognitive Daily, Language Log, and Mixing Memory, so I've now set up a cognitive science category on my weblogs page. Finally, there's always 2hot4philosophy.