I now have quite a few magazines that my work has appeared in and several that I have written articles for. I have been needing a way to keep them clean, organized, but accessible. Several years ago, when I worked for the National Psoriasis Foundation one of my jobs was keeping track of all the publications and I found some nifty little plastic do-dads that you slipped into a magazine or newsletter and then you could put them into a 3-ring binder. They were simple, worked great and did not damage the magazine. Awhile back I ran into Office Depot where I used to get them for the Psoriasis publications to find that they no longer carry them. By searching online I found them at a company called Miles Kimball. I bought a bunch and today I rounded up my special magazines and put them in a binder.
PS: I may not have explained these very well. They are not a sleeve or cover for the magazine, just the strip with three holes and an opening that you "hang" the magazine through. You do not have to take the magazine out of a sleeve or out of the binder to read it. Follow the link to Miles Kimball to see a photo that shows it better!