I would especially appreciate access to a major research library (preferably Harvard) and its electronic resources. It is impossible to do significant research work without access to such a library.
On a more modest scale, I would also like to be able to purchase additional space on the Zotero server for syncing my research bibliographies.
I would greatly appreciate any of the books or other items on my Amazon Wish List. If you'd like to see my priorities, pull down the "Sort by" menu, and choose "Priority (high to low)."
If, based on what you read here, you think you have a job for which I might be well suited, please feel free to contact me. I am open to all reasonable offers or suggestions and am willing to relocate, including outside the United States.
Similarly, if you would like to publish my work, I would certainly be delighted to hear from you; or, if you know an agent or someone with useful contacts in the publishing world who you think might be interested in my work and might be helpful, please feel free to let me know.
Some additional items I would be very happy to have:
- An iPod Touch or an iPhone (I would like to retire my iPod from 2004 to the Smithsonian)
- A digital camera with sufficient resolution for work with the digital imagining of manuscripts. I've done a lot of work (some of it innovative) in this field, but have so far always had to borrow a camera.