The libraries presented in this article were first discussed in the comments of the Part 9 article and need to be presented in their own article.
Editor’s Note: This is the final article of The Information Specialist Series. Anon 411 has written 9 information-studded articles on this website and he’s moving on to his own site, RestartCivilization.org. All of his future articles will be published at RestartCivilization.org. and I hope that you will all go over there and support his efforts to gather resources that could change everything if society as we know it was to collapse. Best of luck, Anon 411! ~ Daisy
Collections of Books and Articles out of Copyright
The Survivor Library is a library of about 15,000 books in PDF files that are all out of copyright or are otherwise in the public domain. The author of this site, who is known as The Librarian, is a very friendly fellow and his blog articles are interesting. The site is organized into a hierarchy of folders and subfolders as categories. You can freely download as many or as few PDF books as you like.
“The library contains thousands of books on technologies that can be produced by most reasonably skilled craftsman using tools not as sophisticated as what can be found in many modern home workshops.”
A complete copy of the current collection is available to purchase on a flash drive or on multiple DVD disks. The price for these seem very reasonable to me. I purchased the flash drive last summer and it contained 14,656 files in 175 folders/categories and consumed 224GB. It’s not clear to me how I can go about finding books added since I purchased the flash drive so I can download the new addition.
Collections of Resources for Third World Groups
The CD3WD library consists of 36 DVDs containing some 651,000 files totaling 151 GB, broken out into eight categories.
The core library is almost 26 GB and it took me some 8 hours to download and contains 6,000 files. The other material is primarily material for teaching children from pre-school through high school. Most of the files there are .avi (video) files.
To download the files click on links in the chart below. Then click on the link ISO IMAGE and download the files there one at a time. You will need the program 7-zip, free at 7-zip.org, to unzip the ISO files. You can just create a folder structure on your hard drive for these or direct 7-zip to write the files to a DVD disc. I created the folder structure on my hard drive then copied the whole thing to a flash drive.
Below is a chart of the different sub-libraries with a file count and number of DVD disks.
|Library Name||Total Files||DVD Files|
|Preschool, Primary , Jr High School Library||74,242||11|
|High School Library||105,259||9|
|CD3WD DISK 1 & 2||100||0|
All future articles I write will be published at RestartCivilization.org.
The first nine articles can be found here https://www.theorganicprepper.com/category/preppers/the-information-specialist-series/ or here https://restartcivilization.org/prior-articles/