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Organize booklets, receipt, CD and instruction pamphlets

Organize booklets, receipt, CD and instruction pamphlets

Evilsoft.org has posted a way of organize and tidy up all those booklet, CD driver, receipt from your gadgets:

Well, this leads to a problem. All these things come with instructions booklets, adapters, driver CDs, screen covers, receipts, and a bunch of other crap. Now, I know that I could keep the CDs in one place, and the adapters with all my other cables and crap, but I’m finding that with enough time of this stuff spending in a drawer, the less common cables and adapters can lose their association in my mind as to what they are for. CDs disappear into the living mound of junk on my desk, instruction booklets go missing, and forget about the receipts.

Instruction pamphlet overload – [Evilsoft.org via Limbic nutrition]

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