I RIP mine then put the discs in those leather cd notebooks that hold about 200 per notebook and store them that way. I pack the bulky jewel cases in rubermaid action packer containers.
I use the really thin CD cases.
Ubuntu 11.04, Mac OS X 10.4.11
I store it in a sleeve and put in the folder.
HP 5101 netbook
i rip all mine onto a 1tb drive, but i still keep the originals in there box,
stacked up but then, space isn't a real problem at my house.
buy most of mine from charity shops thou,
it's a really good way, costs less than a rental and you get to keep the disk.
Music is stored on the computer in FLAC for lossless quality, the cds and covers go in a really nice Fellowes mock leather 224 disc wallet for storage using minimal space. When storing music I put the cover on top and the cd in the bottom sleeves, reducing disc storage to 112.
DVDs I store in two identical Fellowes wallet, I would like to store relevant data losslessly on my machine but I haven't found a good way to do this yet nor made an estimate on what redundant network storage or even cloud storage would cost to implement at keep running for 5-10 years.
On strike during the Oneiric cycle due to ungratefulness of Ubuntu.
you could just save them as an iso and view with vlc
Last night I lay in bed looking up at the stars in the sky and I thought to myself, where the heck is the ceiling.