Question for All ML Collectors
Toby G Levy
tobylevy at juno.com
Mon Jun 13 10:58:41 EDT 2005
I'd be happy to place my data in this site.
On Mon, 13 Jun 2005 8:22:03 -0500 <modlib at alltel.net> writes:
> ML Collectors,
> For several months, I have been thinking about creating an ML
> Collectors web site, as a compliment to Dogeared. I am at the point
> where either I am going to do it, or stop thinking about it. The
> only way it will be successful is if there is enough interest and
> participation. I have spoken with a few folks, and they have all
> been positive about it.
> So, I am asking for responses from any collectors who are interested
> in this kind of a site, and who would participate. Also, please
> provide comments and opinions on what could be presented there.
> My thoughts are:
> - Collector pages, where each collector can identify what part of ML
> they are collecting, how complete their collection is, photos of
> their collection, what part of the world they live in, any kind of
> personal info (kids, pets, other collections, etc.), current/last ML
> title read, opinion on best ML title(s), opinion on worst ML
> title(s) (i.e. LORD JIM), other book interests. I would also like
> to allow each collector to be able to place their inventory on the
> site and keep it updated. This data base information could even
> help Henry make adjustments for pricing in the 2006 edition of the
> guide (or provide input for the Kamins Rarity list).
> - Project/Question page(s), where questions can be posted and
> answered. This would make the questions 'stick' longer (until
> answered). On the Listserv, both questions and answers tend to get
> lost. Projects could be any part of ML that still needs to be
> researched (if anything still needs to be researched; like is there
> a 347.1 that is not in binding #11?).
> - Buy/Sell/Trade area?
> - ???
> Disclaimer: The site would be built at low/no cost. The data will
> be backed up, but 100% site up-time can't be guaranteed (especially
> during NE Ohio winter storms). It may take much time to get all
> features working.
> Given all this, any interest?
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