If you are interested in digital tools for humanities research, see the new JOURNAL OF DIGITAL HUMANITIES. It’s peer-edited and open source, and you may read on the Web or download issues in PDF or EPUB format. (So far it’s free.)
Besides theoretical discussions, there are assessments of new tools for dealing with large-corpus analysis of texts, images, and other data. Three reviews in the first issue examine such tools as WordSeer, BookWorm, and QueryPic. journalofdigitalhumanities.org/
Another good source is the daily “Wired Campus” newsletter from CHE.
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