I'm curious as to what other people do to keep printed reference material organized.
I like to print and bind (in a 3-ring binder) the AVR datasheets and any other material that I need or find especially useful as a reference. Having so many documents printed out requires a lot of binder space though, and I never could figure out a good way to keep it all organized nicely.
The AVR datasheets used to fit into 3 reasonably sized binders.. One for each of AT90S, ATtiny, and ATmega, and then I would put whatever datasheet I needed to keep next to me into a 1" binder... temporarily, then put it back with the rest of it's corresponding family when I was done.
Keeping stuff organized by Family makes the most sense to me, but as documents get added, you must either split the family between multiple binders or step up to a larger binder. While it's nice to keep related documents together, having seperate binders for each of the AVR datasheets comes in sort of handy. Maybe that is the best route to take?
Also, I might just be a weirdo printing out all this crap... does viewing PDFs on the computer work well enough for all of you? I can't stand reading datasheets on a monitor, and I wish Atmel would print AVR databooks again. :cry:
BTW, does this topic belong in the AVRfreaks.net forum? I guess I think of that forum mostly as a place to talk about this site. If it belongs there though, could someone please move it?