Will it damage CD-Rs if more than one are stored front-to-back, like they are in a spindle? I'm thinking about storing 50 of them on an empty spindle; or, more likely, I have quite a few standard old-style jewel cases (that are thicker than the new thin cases) left over from making coasters, and each of these thick jewel cases will hold 4 disks without placing extra pressure on them.
Would any chemical reaction (or pressure-induced changes) occur if they're stored front-to-back, so the written-on side of one disk is touching the label side of its neighbor? I assume this would be better than storing them so the written-on side of the two adjacent disks are in contact.
Are there any good commercially available containers for safe, compact mass-storage? Probably I'll use thin jewel cases for copies that I'll keep and listen to, and also "mass storage", as described above, for backup copies.