tarted in 2009, Digital Humanities Now (DHNow) is "an experimental edited publication that highlights and distributes informally published digital humanities scholarship and resources from the open web." A scrolling set of resources on the homepage features the Editor's Choice, which includes Grasping Technology, Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers, and other helpful topics. Moving on, visitors can look over job announcements in higher education, learn about upcoming conferences, and learn about funding opportunities. The Resources area is a gem offering helpful tools, such as the PressForward Plugin. Finally, a plethora of archived Reports are available, including meditations on Roman mapping, American art history and digital scholarship, and approaches to low-effort crowd sourcing.