What should I do with over 1000 Scn Magazines I have collected well over 1000 Scn magazines over the years. The mags were mostly collected for the Scn stats and completions project that Kristi Wachter and I have worked on for the past 7 or 8 years. http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/index.html I have 2 full file cabinets full of Scn Mags. I have them organized in chronological order for each Mag. I want to get rid of them and give them to someone(s) who will actually do something useful with them. I will still be collecting NEW Scn Mags so that we can keep the TruthaboutScientology site updated, but I'm never going to have the time or energy to work on my dream magazine project. What I had always wanted to do, was scan and index all the mags. The completion lists are awesome and really help critics identify Scios who do something spectacularly stupid or illegal. But to have all the magazines scanned and index would be a monsterous data base that would allow you access to all kinds of info on Scios and their activities in Scn. They would be the dox needed by researchers, media people, attorneys, bloggers etc. The indexing needs only to be keywords, names, and a few words of what's on each page. I'm sure you computer geeks can figure out a way to input the info so that it spit out a huge data base of usable information. Here's an example of what I mean. Index: Impact Magazine Issue 116 Summer 2007 Cover: Photo: DM IAS Event Index: Impact Magazine Issue 116 Summer 2007 Page: 97, Photo: IAS Gold Meritorious, Travolta, Preston, DM Index: Impact Magazine Issue 116 Summer 2007 Page: 98, Photo: IAS Gold Meritorious, Novitsky, Wisner, DM Btw, Gold Meritorious is a One Million dollar donation to the IAS. Let me know what you think. Is anyone interested in these mags for a project like this or should I just box them up and send them to a university library that might be interested in them? Of course if you have a better idea on what to do with these mags, I'd be happy to listen.