It seems the Deconstructionist fellow is hot. At least the comments on that post are adding up. In the comments Gideon Strauss is questioning the value of Derrida as compared to other philosophers. My take on this is that he's not someone everyone has to read before they die, but then most philosophers aren't. If he is giving you something when you read him, then read him. If not then move on. Just don't dismiss him out of hand and call yourself intellectual.
Meanwhile, James Brink has gone on a series of shorter posts on Derrida. See posts1, 2, and 3. If there is anything about Derrida's work that those without a specific tendency towards modern philosophy should consider, it is the question of privilege Brink mentions in that last post.
Almost finished and slated to appear later today is a piece of theological work—a consideration of idolatry—that I learned from Derrida.
Now maybe all this Derridian conversation will knock down the highest-ranking search query leading to this blog: Cartesian logic.