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Keeping Found Things Found: The Study and Practice of Personal Information Management by William Jones

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Chapter Twelve PIM on the go

Increasingly, tools let us work with our information anytime and anywhere. To the good, this means “having things our way.” For example, we can better use those small scraps of time between meetings, in traffic, or during half-time. But what if we don’t always know what our way is? What if, in relation to cool new gadgets, we have no more sense of what’s good for us than the proverbial “kid in the candy store”?

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