Today I would like to draw the attention to several Codex Bezae resources:
Firstly, the digital facsimile (in low resolution) published by Cambridge University Library can be found here.
We blogged about this project last year here. (High resolution images will be available in the future.)
Secondly, there is a transcription and translation (French and English) here.
Thirdly, there is a dissertation from Murdoch University for free download:
Kenneth Panten (1995). "A History of Research on Codex Bezae, with Special Reference to the Acts of the Apostles: Evaluation and Future Directions." PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Fourthly, for users of Bibleworks there is a special Bezae module for free download here.
Finally, I have arranged a little booksale with Eisenbrauns on the paperback edition of David Parker's excellent study on Codex Bezae (thanks to Wieland Willker for reminding me of the paperback). During a few days you will get a 15% discount on the book here.
Readers are welcome to add to this list of resources in the comments.
Update: A better Bezae module for Bibleworks (divided in three files) is found here (Greek), here (Latin) and here (some missing pages).