The KTD Project is an effort to put over 600 preparedness and survival texts onto bootable thumb drives or SD cards.
The idea is to be able to carry a vast store of resources anywhere and access it on even some pretty inadequate equipment. (Yes, paper would be even more accessible in primitive conditions — if we weren’t talking about such a huge volume.)
Mark (aka GreyLocke), who’s been pulling this together, has pretty comprehensive instructions at the link above.
I’ve queried him about access to the library for people who may not want to deal with the tech stuff. Will let you know if I hear more.
ADDED: Heard from Mark. Here’s the link to the main directory of project files.
But just to have the files available on a drive, they either download the zip files from the CD3WD site, there are I believe 48 of them now each are around 300 to 360 MB each, they would then need to be unzipped and the install batch file run.
I find it a lot easier to just use the ISO files and the torrent. I can set bit torrent to download the files for me while I go about my day. After they are downloaded I personally used ISO Buster to just write the files to my hard drive then install them. They now reside in their own directories on my main drive and all 3 of my back up
drives,and as of now 4 of the KTD thumb drives.
Hm. Maybe somebody could make a little money (or at least do a preparedness public service project) by making up KTD sticks and selling them to the less technically ept?