This blog is an international web-based community for medieval scholars working with digital media. It is hosted at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. Digital Medievalist publishes an open-access journal, sponsors conference sessions, runs an email discussion list and has active Facebook and Twitter accounts. Membership is open to everyone. This site would be of interest to anyone working in Medieval Studies. The journal provides examples of research being completed in the digital humanities field, for example there are articles on “Alliteration and character focus in the York plays” and “The advantages and disadvantages of digital reconstruction and Anglo-Saxon manuscripts”.