Across the many different awesome forums that I've stumbled on, there seems to be one thing that many of them have in common: there are build threads where forum members document their creations, whatever those may be. For ADVRider and many other forums (Do the Ton, Honda Twins, CX500 Forum, etc), that thing is motorcycles. For The Expedition Portal (among others), it's cars. For the Garage Journal, it's man caves -- uh, I mean, garages. I'm sure there's lots of others that I'm missing.
On each of those forums, there's always some build threads that stick out, because of high quality documentation, incredible workmanship, funny commentary, or something else. I've been toying with the idea of creating a quarterly (or something like that) book/magazine that curates the best build threads from across the internet, cleans them up, and turns them into something nicer to look at.
It might also include builds that weren't turned into build threads on a forum, but that I or someone else found out about, and approached the builder(s) to see if they'd be interested in having the process documented.
Since I'm guessing many Cake-ians also visit lots of other forums, what do you all think of this idea? Is it something you could imagine being interested in, or does it seem like unnecessary repetition of what's already online? I'm interested to hear your thoughts!