Towards the end of last year the new journal Computational Culture published its second issue. There is some cutting-edge stuff in here, including two pieces that provide sociological takes on algorithms and other pieces on coding and software environments. The journal is completely open access. The editorial gives an overview of the articles in the issue.
The journal also has a really lively review section. The reviews are detailed and provide engaging takes on important books. It looks like they are working hard to get reviews of some of the most influential texts that are coming out. This issue includes reviews of David Berry’s The Philosophy of Software and Geert Lovink’s Networks Without a Cause (I’ve previously posted a link to Jussi Parikka’s review of this book).