Peter has a response up to my most recent comments on Bennett. Major take away point, time for me to reread Heidegger's 29/30 course, which is a big book. It's been about four years since I read it, but mostly I remember the best thing in there was getting me to read Uxekull. I'd also add as awesome as Uxekull is, Heidegger was one of the few philosophers who have been influenced by him that has a decent excuse for not knowing about more current advances biology and zoology. Still, now is a good time to start re-reading it.
Levi also has a response up to my recent comments on Bennett. Major take away point, time for me to reread Luhmann's Social Systems, which is an even bigger book. I think it's been seven years since I read that book cover to cover, and I'm on his side about the importance of Luhmann generally for philosophy.
Adam Merberg has a wonderful post on the idea of nutrient cycling from Michael Pollan. I think it might be time to seriously consider what it was about The Omnivore's Dilemma that made it such a success. Because it certainly wasn't the quality of information contained.
It seems Zer0 books has it's own website now, check it out.
Lastly, here is one of my favorite Take Away Shows, Yeasayer performing a mixture of their "2080" and "Tightrope". Long, but a perfect blend of humor of amazing sound.