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So on my daily perusing of interesting things I stumbled on this article on organizing CD and DVDs in a standard binder. I couldn’t help noticing that the standard binder is an Eames Binder, a 100% recycled and recyclable bit of awesomeness.
The article by Carolyn Purnell, is a tutorial on finding a nicer, more searchable and user friendly way of storing all of your CDs and DVDs. Sure I am a dinosaur and I have LPs lying around too, but I sure do have a lot of CDs next to them.
Check out the article – we have a small bit for you here!
I have a fairly extensive DVD collection, and for years I’ve been keeping my discs in storage binders. While it’s a fairly practical storage solution, the binders have always irked me. On top of having zippers that get easily stuck, they’re bulky, unattractive, and too deep for a normal bookshelf, and since I like having my DVDs near at hand, I didn’t want to tuck them away in a cabinet somewhere. Follow along for my solution and the how-to.My method involved discarding most of the inserts for my DVDs, but if you’re attached to them, or if you have a tendency to resell DVDs, then I’ll also include a tip that will let you to keep those inserts near and dear. Again, the link to the whole article is here!