In this week’s Bryn Mawr Classical Review there is a thoughtful review by Caillan Davenport of Francisca Feraudi-Gruénais (ed.), Latin on Stone: Epigraphic Research and Electronic Archives. Roman Studies. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010. (Announced here a few months ago.)
(Full disclosure: I have a chapter in this book, about which Davenport writes fairly positively.)
This is a mixed review, with some criticism of individual chapters and some perhaps unnecessarily sniffy comments about publishing work on a digital topic in a printed book, but otherwise constructive commentary on the subject matter and some useful discussion of epigraphic research from a Digital Humanities perspective.