When Mythbustersruns its final episode next year, they'll have created nearly 3,000 experiments total. As one half of the duo, Adam Savage has at least that many tools. How can one possibly corral that number of implements into a manageable system, where things are both easily located and readily extracted?
Operating under the philosophy that "Drawers are where tools go to die," Savage devised a system built around what he calls "First-order retrievability." Here he explains and demonstrates it:
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