Well moderately old school anyway. I have a thing about notebooks. I adore them. I have piles of them, and yet I still find it irresistible to buy a new one that meets my demanding criteria. I have half a dozen of the Rhodia type reporter style 5mm squared ones on the go at any one time - one in my pocket, one in my jacket, one by the bed, one in the car, one in the living room and or kitchen, several buried in and around my desk. Moleskine is the gold standard by which all others are measured, I've recently found a couple which surpass it to my delight. So I had a great time in the Pompidou Centre in Paris earlier this week - they have a substantial collection of notebooks in the book shop. Most of them I already knew, or were shy of the mark. And then I found something quite delightful - a handmade, hand bound book, heavy paper, the cover is brown with a small round hole cut out of it to show through to the first page. That's nothing amazingly special or different so far - you can pick up hundreds like it in any market in India. But this has sheets of black and brown papers bound into it as well, the binding is fairly loose and it is perfect for making a little photo album. Digital is amazing. PP is brilliant. Without it I probably wouldn't bother with photography because I wouldn't be able to do any of the things I want. But when I get a good picture that I am happy with, I do miss having the physical photo. So I am going to start getting the ones I like printed somehow, and stick them in my little book. How do you guys go about printing? I'd be interested to hear what you do with the pictures you like. I know photobooks are getting quiet popular. I'm thinking about using one of these professional printers out of the back of Practical Photography. Do you do folios or just keep things on a hard drive?