I have a reasonable controle of the content in my analog A-z reference archive, which are organised according to Dave Allens suggestions. New copy machines can scan and deliver digital files of almost everything that up to now have been stored as hard copy.
Then a questions arises, how to organise the digital archive in such a way that it can receive the increasing number of digital files, and quickly to locate the right info when needed.?
Shall I get a kind of library program which stores author information, keywords etc. for my digital archive? I found that keeping a index system up to date is not a hard job as long as i do immediately when I store things (the 2 min rule), but a very boring job when i have several months of incoming info to register.