DO ADD these to your prepper book archives, either as digital (PDF) or paid physical books.
On warning; the website is very particular about the browsers which may be used to view their pages. My Firefox fork, Palemoon, is not on their list of "acceptable" browsers, but I was able to use the current Firefox Ver 60.0.2 to access their site and download many books in PDF format, for free.
I have an extensive library of prepping and survival type BOOKS, I don't keep much on my laptop, I don't have files or anything like that, post collapse when the power is down access to anything on a computer is probably nil, whereas my books will last for years and years, anything I want online I have printed off and filed in a ring binder.
but then I guess i'm sort of old fashioned that way.
With this thread I was hoping to have a series of documents that people could download directly from the site. I'm actually surprised the sites like textfiles still are up.
I think printing these types of files out is a really good idea. As you pointed out, we may or may not have access to computers in the future, and staring at a dead box isn't going to do much good when you really need the information.
I had the textfiles on my favourites bar on my computer a few years ago, I printed off the ones I thought were important and including them on prepper forums I was on at the time. i'm not sure how many used them.
I would guess many people have them downloaded, but few probably printed them out.
I have some that are printed out still, the ink has faded quite a bit over the years. Seeing that, I went ahead and found the original printed copy of as many books as I could. They seem like they will last quite a lot longer.
I see you have the old FRC handbook. I went by EZ at that time. short from energyzippo back in the late 90s but when the old survival forum went down I went to ez. Anyway I have some more pdf's that were done for the family readiness center before I shut it down. If your interested in them?