I'd start with the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography
(http://info.lib.uh.edu/sepb/sepb.html) and the Cover pages
But I'm very interested in other hints.
Daniel O'Donnell wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> I have a question that will betray my ignorance of all things
> electronic. Where do I look for bibliography on technical Humanities
> computing questions?
> I've long wanted to write up my implementation of the TEI apparatus
> section, but have held off because I've not known how to find out what
> has been written on the subject of apparatus, database applications in
> the humanities, etc. I know of the major Humanities computing journals,
> of course. And I've dabbled haphazardly through various on-line dbases
> (ISI web of science and some others we happen to have on campus). I am
> not aware of anything like the MLA or Old English Newsletter for
> humanities computing. Is there anything? (I must confess that my work
> as a referee for Extreme Markup suggests that not knowing where to look
> is perhaps a common problem).
> Looking forward to your suggestions,