Brice Jones has a new web-site with a blog and papyrological resources. On his blog he reviews the recent book The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status Quaestionis (although he mostly comments on only two chapters); he also discusses P. Oxy. 1151 and the text of the NT (it cites John 1.1 and 3).
Steve Caruso posts a picture of an interesting transcription
James McGrath offers a helpful visual showing how useful the KJV is compared with the original autographs (he seems to think it is silly, but I agree with every point).
Josh Mann has an interesting discussion about pagination (which links to my long awaited paper on 'Turning the Page and its impact on the NT textual tradition').
Michael Kruger begins a review/interaction (possibly involving critique) with the very interesting A New New Testament (sic)
Michael Patton posts a list of the top selling Bibles in America in 2012.
Ryan Wettlaufer's 2010 PhD has been published as No Longer Written: The Use of Conjectural Emendation in the Restoration of the Text of the New Testament, the Epistle of James as a Case Study