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Do You Still Use a Rolodex?

Back when I was an intern in college, my boss had me organize two of her overflowing Rolodex systems — neither as pretty as this Russel+Hazel People+Places Set, $56. It was quite possibly the most treacherous experience in organizing I've ever been through, and I kept thinking, "There's gotta be a better way to do this." Of course, now there is. I keep all of my contacts organized on my computer and handheld, but I know plenty of old-fashioned types who staunchly hold onto their address books and Rolodexes. How about you?

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postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 7 years
Phone numbers are pretty much all digitalized for me, but I still use an address book for recording physical addresses. Not sure why I can't get used to putting physical addresses in my phone or computer.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 7 years
The last time I used a Rolodex was about 8 years ago. It really worked well for me because everyone in the office would ask me for #s and contact info and I could just hand it over to them to look up for themselves!
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