It's been awfully slow on the blog here, but we've been busy working on some of the SW libraries as well as various projects like the LPC1114/AT86RF212-based 802.15.4 wireless sensor node mentionned earlier (which has taken more revisions to get right than expected, sigh).
The LPC1343 Code Base was just updated to v0.50, and includes a number of new drivers and examples such as how to generate PWM output (using CT16B1 and P1.9 by default), a very basic driver for ST7565-based 128x64 pixel LCDs (such as the one's sold here at Adafruit.com), and a simple example of driving a bi-polar stepper motor using GPIO (based on the Arduino library).
If you are using the UART or USBCDC-based CLI (#CFG_INTERFACE), please note that the commands have been completely reorganised. Each command is now located in it's own .c file in the "/project/commands" folder, and the cmd_tbl.h and commands.c files have also been moved to "/project". The purpose of this was to seperate all project-specific code and files from the core drivers and code base to make upgrading a bit easier. A simple eeprom wrapper was also added in "/project" to try to make EEPROM access a bit easier for people. The full changelog can be see here on Google Code.
An update to the LPC1114 Code Base will follow shortly, but we are waiting back for what will hopefully be the finally revision of the RF board to test it with first.