1) So, I learned today that David C. Parker's Living Text of the Gospels (Cambridge, 1997) is freely available online here.
2) Abebooks.com is selling a personal copy of William H. P. Hatch's Facsimiles and Descriptions of Minuscule Manuscripts of the New Testament (Harvard, 1951) here. The front matter reads thus: "To Helen and Robert with worlds of love from Father (father in Greek)." According to the bookseller's description, "Robert is his son Robert McConnell Hatch (episcopal bishop and author in his own right) and his wife Helen (daughter of Margaret and James Thayer Addison)." The bookseller has actually uploaded an image of the dedication demonstrating Hatch's penmanship:
This would be a really special book to have on the bookshelf and if I had $227 sitting around, I would definitely get it.
3) In May, the University of Copenhagen will host a conference titled "A World of Well-Ordered Societies? The Rules and Regulations of Ancient Associations." Apparently, the actual conference will take place at the Danish Insitute at Athens. A list of conference speakers and papers may be found here.