If you do not know about the Ancient World Open Bibliographies blog, you’re missing out on an excellent resource for bibliographic information related to all aspects of antiquity. Founded and operated by Phoebe Acheson and Chuck Jones, the purpose of the blog is to gather “bibliographies about subjects relevant to studies of the ancient world (as NYU defines it – ‘from the Pillars of Hercules to the Pacific, from the beginnings of human habitation to the late antique / early Islamic period.’) The bibliographies will be collected at a dedicated wiki site, which will be open access.”
Content of the bibliography is available at a wiki site, and the group also uses Zotero, an excellent bibliographic tool from George Mason University, to file and archive links to websites listing bibliography. So far, the Zotero library contains bibliographies related to Isthmia and the Corinth Computer Project. I have just sent bibliography from this site that should end up eventually in the library.
The bibliography here at Corinthian Matters was a bit scattered so I have moved it all to a single location under the header titled “Bibliography”. Eventually, I hope we can use Zotero to gather bibliography and tag entries – that would be much more powerful and efficient.