1. Open Access Archaeology Digest #134

    Your Open Access (free to read) Archaeology daily:

    Sepolture di epoca longobarda con guarnizioni da cintura di bronzo a Cassano d’Adda e Pozzuolo Martesana (MI).
    http://bit.ly/16vOuxB

    Maritime adaptive strategies in post-Pleistocene Southeast Asia: An ethnoarchaeological model for the nature and distribution of archaeological sites
    http://bit.ly/16vOuxR

    Additional Notes on the Heraldic Glass at Stobhall, and in the Magdalen Chapel Cowgate.
    http://bit.ly/1147Oz2

    Seasonality and Site Function at Dead Man’s Cave (CA-TEH-290)
    http://bit.ly/16vOxtq

    Computers and the Study of Archaeology in British Columbia, Canada
    http://bit.ly/16vOvle

    Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK

  2. CSA Newsletter is out (Open Access)
http://csanet.org/newsletter/#winter12
Vol. XXIV, No. 3 - January, 2012
 Website Review: Ara Pacis Augustae In-depth visual documentation.— Martin Beckmann
 Websites as Stable Resources Too many have disappeared.— Harrison Eiteljorg, II § Readers’ comments (as of 2/3/2010)
 Website Review: Dikili Tash A good beginning, but only a beginning.— Andrea Vianello
 Evolving Web Standards: a Blessing and a Curse Why eliminate good, useful tags?— Harrison Eiteljorg, II § Readers’ comments (as of 2/3/2010)
 Project Publication on the Web - Addendum Making it clear that a final report is just that.— Harrison Eiteljorg, II

    CSA Newsletter is out (Open Access)

    http://csanet.org/newsletter/#winter12

    Vol. XXIV, No. 3 - January, 2012

    Website Review: Ara Pacis Augustae
    In-depth visual documentation.
    — Martin Beckmann

    Websites as Stable Resources
    Too many have disappeared.
    — Harrison Eiteljorg, II
    § Readers’ comments (as of 2/3/2010)

    Website Review: Dikili Tash
    A good beginning, but only a beginning.
    — Andrea Vianello

    Evolving Web Standards: a Blessing and a Curse
    Why eliminate good, useful tags?
    — Harrison Eiteljorg, II
    § Readers’ comments (as of 2/3/2010)

    Project Publication on the Web - Addendum
    Making it clear that a final report is just that.
    — Harrison Eiteljorg, II

  3. Archeologia e Calcolatori

    http://soi.cnr.it/archcalc/

    Archeologia e Calcolatori is a peer reviewed open access journal. It also happens to be one of my favorites. It deals with computer applications to archaeology which is a lot of what I deal with in my work. It is published in French, English, German, Italian, and Spanish so there are articles for everyone. Well not everyone but lots of people. It has been publishing since 1990 so there are lots of open access articles online.