Mark Your Calendars!
Coming off the collaborative spirit of the recent THATCAMP SoCal digital humanities unconference, UC Irvine history graduate student Jana Remy, Chapman's Mary Litch, and others wanted to keep the organizational coordination going. (See Virtualpolitik write-up of THATCAMP here.)
Remy explains that the DHSoCal website is intended to "provide a central calendar and discussion space for the Digital Humanities in Southern California" The group is "inviting scholars involved with Digital Humanities to participate in the site and add their local events to the calendar." Remy is a fan of free tools to keep costs low: the calendar site is on Blogger, and the registration form is on Survey Monkey. You can also check them out on Twitter at @dhsocal.