Recent discussions at Leiter's blog suggest that many of us aren't shouldering our share of the burden as referees. I know this is true in my case as I've only refereed three papers. If any editor is in need of a referee, my services are available and I've not yet turned down a request to referee. If any friend or colleague of an editor reads this, feel free to forward my name. I've previously refereed papers for Synthese and Nous. A recent version of my CV can be found here. In the past I've managed to get my reports in on time and have given what I think are pretty good comments. If anyone has any bright ideas about how to get the attentions of editors in need of referees, leave a comment. I was thinking that we might be able to start some sort of webpage/wiki for folks to volunteer their time to referee. If someone with initiative and web savvy wants to do that, that would be peachy.
Changing topic, I wanted to let readers know about Philosopher's Digest. It aims to give reviews of new articles. Reviewers look for pieces that they find interesting and write up a short review. Readers can comment and I think it might be a really nice place for philosophical discussion. At present, there are only a few reviews available. New reviews should be available soon. John Milliken, Ben Dyer, and Galen Foresman serve as PD's editors and I think they've created something really wonderful.