Was it ever ascertained who, if anyone, manufactures a donut shaped label
(appx. .0625" x 1.50" diameter) that can be used around that clear inner
ring? I vaguely remember hearing of such a beast and I did a little research
on this and came up blank.
If the adhesive was found to be of archival quality it seems this would be a
good solution for labelling archival CDs.
I am not an archivist, but currently I label the container (I've been using
either cardboard sleeves or full on jewel boxes) and leave the CD blank.
Just have to be very careful handling them one at a time so as to not
Jerome Hartke wrote:
> Stick-on labels can be very risky for long term storage unless they are
> thoroughly tested first. Adhesives can degrade the information layer, or
> the entire label can shrink/expand, and thus stress or even delaminate
> the disc. Better to write on the clear inner ring using a soft tip
> marker with water based ink.
> Media Sciences, Inc.