At the beginning of the year, Phil Gyford began publishing, in a weblog format, the 17th-century diaries of Samuel Pepys. The text is based on the 1893 edition produced by Henry B. Wheatley. As in the original diary, an entry appears for almost each day. The site is very nicely done, and allows users to contribute annotations to entries with references about which they may have some knowledge.
Just testing a comment.