For those of you who have used iGenii and gone into Ask Alexander to look at the 75 years of back issues, you know that it's a chore because the file is only broken up by volume, not by issue.
Our Chief Guru in this area, Mr. Smith, has now created a software program that will fix the problem.
But, first we need your help.
We need to have a spreadsheet generated by a volunteer that indicates what pages make up each volume. More volunteers will reduce the workload all around.
What does this work require? Downloading each volume of Genii and paging through the PDF to find the page numbers where each issue starts and ends.
When the volunteer has completed spreadsheets for all the volumes, they send the spreadsheets to me and the program will then break the volume into issues.
This will allow anyone using the system in the future to access individual issues rather than having to page through entire volumes to find something.
Creating the spreadsheet requires about 20 minutes per volume.
The rules are this: if you are going to volunteer, I have to already know you in some way (even if we've never met face to face).
The bonus is this: For each 10 volumes that you do (approx 200 minutes of your time, just over 3 hours) I will comp your subscription to Genii for 2 years and allow you to chose one of my books as a gift.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you're interested.