Time to start my reading notes on (some of) the papers in Menary's The Extended Mind. First up, Menary's introduction. Richard has a lot to say about the Adams and Aizawa stuff, so I have a lot to say in return.
Adams and I also have a paper, "The Value of Cognitivism in Thinking about Extended Cognition," which is, in part, a rejoinder to Menary's (2006) critique. It is forthcoming in Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, but available here. So, maybe these posts will complement the paper.
Menary, R. (2006). Attacking the bounds of cognition. Philosophical Psychology, 19(3), 329-344.