- Title Pages
- I Personal Information Management: The Curation Perspective
- 1 Personal Archives and Curation Processes
- 2 Keeping
- 3 Management
- 4 Exploitation
- Part I: Summary
- II Hierarchical Folders and Their Alternatives
- 5 The Search Alternative
- 6 The Tagging Alternative
- 7 The Group Management Alternative
- 8 Why Is Navigation the Preferred PIM Retrieval Method?
- Part II: Summary
- III The User-Subjective Approach to PIM Systems Design
- 9 The User-Subjective Approach
- 10 The Subjective Importance Principle
- 11 The Subjective Project Classification Principle
- 12 The Subjective Context Principle
- Part III: Summary
- Conclusions and Future Directions
- The Science of Managing Our Digital Stuff
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