If this is correct, we'd be ok up 'til issue 239/240, leaving only the final
7 issues. Would RIPM be willing to host them? I don't suppose ARSC has a
"virtual library" space they'd be willing to host from?
Also, David - This sounds like a really great resource. It's a shame it
wasn't seen through. Is the scanning work complete? I'd be happy to spend
some time indexing these if we could find a host.
Many of you have probably seen this, but there is an index of RR available
It isn't very easy to search, but you can use the google "Site:" feature if
you don't already know what you're looking for. Fully searchable text (via
OCR) is definitely the best option.
I'm may be thinking too big here, but the next best resource I could think
of for this type of project is the Kinkle Encyclopedia. I definitely
wouldn't even begin to scan these by hand, but would look into a
professional scanning service if we could get permission (the author is
deceased and the publisher (Arlington House) is defunct). I'm thinking this
would be my top candidate for the EDVR treatment. Just an idea.