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Redemption Accomplished and Applied
Redemption Accomplished and Applied
by John Murray

Friday, March 22, 2002
The New Yorker has an interesting article about messy desks, the myth of the paperless office, and why we pile instead of file.
Even the most disorderly piles usually make perfect sense to the piler...because piles represent the process of active, ongoing thinking. The messy desk is not necessarily a sign of disorganization. It may be a sign of complexity: those who deal with many unresolved ideas simultaneously cannot sort and file the papers on their desks, because they haven't yet sorted and filed the ideas in their head.

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