I went for the library because it seemed a smaller more-focused collection, and because most of Dave’s links are to books he hosts on his site (the other links to many different places, so it becomes a click-through fest). But to be honest I’m not happy with either of them, in that they are both overkill. Maybe the best approach is collate a handful of carefully chosen PDF books that cover all the bases? Something like this?: http://anonireland.com/blog/scientology/books-on-scientology/ For a topic summary it isn’t very good, but a large part of assembling such material in the first place is to make a compelling case to people who don’t study this shit inside out. From that perspective I’m convinced of its usefulness and have no issue with including it. One gap that your comment has highlighted is that there is no guidance on how to form a compelling argument for chanology. There are two ways to accomplish this. The first is to describe a course in logic, critical thinking, writing skills, etc, and this is completely beyond me. The second is write up good argumentation and material for others to use, but this just makes parrots out of people and I believe is counterproductive in the long run. To write or speak about Scientology activism the person has to know the topic. Different locations have different considerations to be aware of, and knowledge of local nuances has to be incorporated in order to construct an effective message for a given location. People who are doing the writing or the speaking have to make those kinds of judgement calls about what information to cover and how, bearing in mind the target audience and location – and ultimately it is about giving such people the grounding in the topic. I spent quite a bit of time mulling over which links to include: - Operation Clambake simply because it’s a fucking archive (Arnie has a bigger archive but there is too much batshit there) - The St. Petersburg Times Truth Rundown because it is a great example of well written media coverage on a huge array of Scientology topics. - The Secret Library of Scientology for the readers, with many good well-chosen books to have at. - Xenu TV because of its many many videos. - The Underground Bunker for being up-to-date. - Dublin Offlines Conference for covering almost all aspects of Scientology in a series of easy-to-watch videos. - Reaching For The Tipping Point as being the best narconon source. - Ex-Scientology Message Board for being a source of material directly from the mouths of ex-members. I’m overthinking this shit though.