That is a good system, as I can attest. For years I categorized
everything by date.
Example of my system, 01-04-98-2, which would mean January 4, 1998,
second picture filed that day.
Titles in alphabetical or category order can go on a separate index,
with the date following for location. All my jobs were so cataloged as
well. It is utterly simple. Not at all sophisticated. But I learned it
from an employer who did high volume printing. Joan
On Aug 20, 2008, at 4:51 PM, Cameron Slayden wrote:
> This is kind of lame and low-fi, but I always categorized my stuff by
> monthly folders.
> I hear filemanager pro is a good indexing tool. Has anyone fiddled
> with Adobe Bridge?
> Cameron Slayden, M.S.
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Kalliopi Monoyios"
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> Subject: [SCIART] good image filing system?
>> Hey all - anyone have a great way to file and keep track of their
>> images? Numbering systems that work... dewey decimals... anything? I
>> need some serious file management help.