On Wed, 17 Mar 1999, Brigid Duffy wrote:
> We use Hangup bags from Monaco LLC (website: http://www.hangupbags.com).
> The Bag Style 5 fits laserdiscs; then all you need is a pole to hang them
> along. Oure equipment shop put in metal rails, from one wall to another,
> to hang the bags from. We've just gone to space-saving shelving for our
> videotapes, and the company that made it, I'm told, will make
> laserdisc-sized shelving as well. If it's just a few discs, the Monaco
> site has a floor rack system that might do. Once you have the discs in
> bags anybody can move them, and it's better storage for the discs.
> Hope this helps.
> Brigid Duffy
> Audio Visual/ITV Center
> San Francisco State University
> San Francisco CA 94132-4200
> E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Wed, 17 Mar 1999, Jim Glenn wrote:
> > Hello Everyone,
> > I've got a question for all of your collective vidiolib brains. Do any of
> > you have a good way of storing laserdiscs? We have space-saving shelving to
> > store our video tapes on. The kind that move when you turn the crank. Our
> > laserdiscs are stored on the end, stationary shelf. They take up almost two
> > full shelves. The problem is it is hard for my female student employees to
> > move them when looking for a title that's in the middle because they are so
> > heavy, and awkward. We are cramped into a very small office space thanks to
> > the wonderful minds in our Campus Planning Department who have no idea what
> > we do or how much space we need, so there's not much room for improvising.
> > Thanks for any ideas that you can offer.
> > Jim Glenn
> > Manager, Media Library
> > University of California, Riverside