The Society for Linguistic Anthropology has created a new website:
This is not their home page, instead, it is a blog providing advice on equipment purchases, audio/video techniques, grant applications, proposal writing, etc. It includes links to places on the web, like the homepage for Plichta’s Akustyk Phonetic Software Analysis program (also linked on this blog) and for the American Folklife Center (at the Library of Congress). Looks like it will be a pretty useful site.
Much of this appears to be the handywork of Leila Monaghan, the Society for Linguistic Anthropology’s Digital Content Editor. She also maintains another website that might be useful: the Open Anthropology Cooperative.