I am no expert by any means, so feedback is always welcome and I am always looking to improve.
I would say Lisp's world domination plan is coming along swimmingly.
As far as I can tell, this is more-or-less exactly how TAOCP was written.
Thanks for the guide, though! Bookmarked.
Ruby got stuck at 1.8.6 for so long because it was really difficult to introduce code breaking changes in new versions, due to the number of people who were already using it. It would be better to evangelize clojure after the clojure/core team is closer to finalizing the language design and has shifted focus to performance and growing the ecosystem.
On the other hand this would into the IDE territory which maybe something that the author intentionally avoided.