Recently when a colleague came into my office for a chat, she noticed that I had several old binders on one of my bookcases. This caused us both to recall the days of old when class hand-outs came in binders–pages and pages of photocopied and printed information destined to collect dust rather than become part of a living/active index.
I’m trying to become more digital and based online when it comes to my personal knowledge base and pool of content to draw upon. While I’ve made some progress on this front, there is work still to be done.
I’ll never go completely digital–physical books, magazines and book stores hold too much enjoyment for me, and current attempts to digitize the physical experience all fall short for me in one way or another.
Besides, if I did go digital my office would be too spartan.-Craig