Among the items I've been dying to yak about but couldn't because of technical difficulties is the creation of The Ancient Library site by Tim Spalding (of Isidore of Seville fame). At the site, TS has scanned in a number of useful works including (but not limited to): Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology by William Smith, Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith, Dictionary of Classical Antiquities by Oskar Seyffert, and the Classical Gazetteer by William Hazlitt. All date from the 19th century, but all are useful. The pages are .gif images, but load quite quickly and apparently will be searchable via Google once it indexes them. I also note on the page the creation of a Wiki Classical Dictionary, which is a sort of collaborative OCD (without the O) and which I hope Classical Scholars will contribute to in order to make it rather more useful/accurate than Wikipedia.