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The E-Sylum:  Volume 11, Number 8, February 24, 2008, Article 31

MORE ON GOING PAPERLESS

Regarding the New York Times article on going paperless,
Les Citrome writes: "I have gone paperless and scan as
much as I can all things numismatic. The Krause DVDs were
a godsend. Attached is what I do in my professional life
as a research psychiatrist."

[Les attached a copy of his paper, "Creating a more
productive, clutter-free, paperless office: a primer
on scanning, storage and searching of PDF documents on
personal computers".  Below is an excerpt from the
article's introduction. -Editor]

Clinicians and researchers typically amass large quantities
of documents over time. These journal articles
and other written educational resources must be filed
in some manner, allowing easy retrieval. All too
often this consumes many linear feet of shelf space
or several file cabinets. Invariably, important journal
articles or other educational resources are misplaced,
leading the individual to either mourn their loss or
proceed to replace them, wasting valuable time. At
times the burden is shifted to the librarian who has
to re-request an obscure work from another library.

 NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE ON GOING PAPERLESS
 esylum_v11n07a34.html

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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