The N-Prize news keeps coming in:
New N-Prize Team - Aerosplice - Space Fellowship:
Aerosplice blends together many innovative and often overlooked technologies such as pulsejet engines, ramjet engines to boost rockets into the upper atmosphere and switching to a full rocket propulsion system at that point, and inflatable Delta Wing Gliders controlled with GPS to guide rockets and their payloads safely back to a specified location on the ground for an extremely inexpensive and surprisingly effective way to access space or at the very least a method of very high speed transportation of people and goods.
They have several videos, including this Matthew Mason Chapman Bio which includes a lot more rocketry than you'll see in most bios.
Meanwhile, Team Prometheus blog is pretty active and filled with pictures. For example:
Team Prometheus Aquires a Launch Site!
SkyCam for Near Space Expedition
Team Prometheus News
The Cambridge University Spaceflight News site is also showing off their astronaut teddy bears:
Teddy bear media page
Teddy bear press release (PDF)