This book describes the growing need for better personal
documentation and the means and methods that can be used to provide
it. It is one of the first books aimed at this important subject.
The work describes the organization of personal files, their
structure, content, classification and indexing, as well as the
technical means that can be employed for filing the original
documents and for retrieval. The retrieval instruments, ranging
from the cheap and simple card systems and peek-a-boo cards, to the
computerized indexes, use of computer terminals and personal
microcomputers, are characterized, compared and evaluated. The
advantages and weak points of these techniques are explained and
demonstrated via many examples. Four case histories describe the
practice of personal documentation of a professional.
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