It's been a great year for LDS online resources. Beyond the always improving official LDS site with an always surprising number of resources to the recent online archive of Dialog, resources just keep getting more and more plentiful. There is one though that I somehow missed in all of it, the Mormon Historic Sites Foundation. It does more than the name might suggest. It isn't just about historic sites such as Nauvoo, the sacred grove or other such museum locals that seem to dot the country. Rather they also have a journal of historic studies which they've put online. While most of the articles aren't really of interest to theology, they are quite well done. How I missed this I honestly can't say, but all you LDS historians might want to visit.