An anonymous commenter just left a link to the new online edition of A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. Three cheers to Blackwell for making this expensive resource freely available online.
The format of the site is the same as that of the Companion to the Digital Humanities: a menu of chapters on the left and a text file of the chapter, with hyperlinks, in the right-hand frame of your screen. The site is not very Web 2.0 – there is no room for discussion or interaction, but suggestions for corrections may be sent to John Unsworth by mail. The volume closes with a useful Annotated Overview of Selected Electronic Resources where you can now click on the links, instead of reading them from paper. Enjoy!