This is my canonical birthday, Christmas, and any-other-time wish list. It is up to date as of January 15, 2023.
Buying from the company who makes the thing is usually best, but I also recommend the following stores:
A.k.a. a small number of things I’d absolutely love.
Links point to the Gift Hero item, so please confirm the gift on Gift Hero if you purchase it to avoid conflicts.
|Ender-3 V2 3D Printer||$225||Prices may vary depending on retailer|
A more traditional, sprawling wish list. It’s sort of sorted by priority by default, but you can sort by price as well. It includes shortlist items, things from the idea list, and a whole bunch more.
A.k.a. stuff I always enjoy.
I collect quality pins for my backpack—like ones with good backs, not the cheapo button ones—from cool causes, artists, and places. You can find some examples on my Gift Hero list, but I’m open to anything you think I’d like.
I like almost anything! Bright colors, unique designs, and interesting patterns are always good. I like Arctic Buffalo and So Scene since they’re both pretty affordable with a lot of variety. Hot Topic also usually has a fun assortment.
Yes, really! I have a Plex server, so a Blu-ray or of your favorite movie would be a welcome addition. Or even DVDs if it’s older older
I love simple and fun games to play with friends.
A.k.a. stuff to do instead of just… stuff.
A.k.a. gifts for someone who grows older but refuses to grow up.
I have a LEGO wishlist at Brickset. It’s usually kept up to date, especially around Christmas and my birthday. As a general rule, duplicates are fine and all Star Wars ships are awesome.
A.k.a. you don’t know what to get, so let me choose!
A.k.a. do good on my behalf!
Instead of giving to me directly, you can always give to one of these causes. I’m passionate about each one and they all could use monetary support.
Defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation.
Helping create a free software computing platform for the general public that is designed to be elegant, efficient, and easy to use.
Closing the gender gap in tech, one girl at a time.
Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.
A.k.a. Katie got a turntable… 😁
In no particular order at all.