Several other bibliobloggers have already mentioned this, but some links are too important not to underline oneself. This looks like a very promising project, properly thought-through and so far beautifully executed, using sophisticated but aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly lay-outs:
The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha
The project is directed by Ken Penner, David Miller and Ian Scott. Good to see them using unicode fonts for the project, surely the future of all such projects. So far, The Testament of Job has been fully prepared with critical apparatus; also available are Testament of Abraham and 1 Enoch. There are invitations for others to get involved too. A very promising project -- all strength to their arms.