Some presentations at the 2007 Digital Classicist summer series and the Digital Classicist panels at the Classical Association Annual Conference of the same year, formed the basis of the publication:
Gabriel Bodard and Simon Mahony eds. (2010) Digital Research in the Study of Classical Antiquity, Ashgate. The promotional flyer and some of the self-published content is available at: http://www.stoa.org/archives/1136
Some papers drawn from the first Digital Classicist Work in Progress seminar series (London 2006) are now published in a collaborative special issue of the Digital Medievalist. "Though much is taken, much abides": Recovering antiquity through innovative digital methodologies. This publication is dedicated to the memory of Ross Scaife (1960-2008).
The Institute of Classical Studies/Joint Library catalogue is a useful place to start looking for publications on Digital Humanities relevant to the Classics, and on Classical software and resources in general. See the Computing Resources page, or search for Classmark 98A.1 in the Library catalogue.
The Joint Library now also have a weblog, and use the label "digitalclassicist" for online/electronic acquisitions or other news of interest to digital humanists. Items in this category can be browsed at: