I have some things in the works for this blog which aren't quite ready: teaching resources, specifically. These batches of very handy test questions I have up my sleeve. I promise to have those up by the end of the week. (There. Now I'm committed.) In the meantime, I have done something else. I uploaded pretty much all the illustrations in the book to a Flickr set. The illustrations began life as visual aids for my PPT slides for my large intro class, and I figure if anyone else wants to use them for that - well, go ahead. (I may be the only person in the world who can truly say that I learned to draw so I could use PPT.) Most of them aren't particularly pedagogically amenable - unless you were to adopt my book for classroom use, I suppose (hint! hint!) But others might be more generically useful to the Plato or philosophy instructor looking for clip art that isn't the usual wretched stuff.
I hereby resolve to be more useful to this blog. As Plato says, books are very helpless things, always crying on their authors for assistance when anyone asks a question. And this goes double for blogs, which aren't even written yet. Except for the relatively few, pitiful bits of them that have been written already.