As with other things, so it is with our information. Finding is just the first step. How do we keep this information so that it's there later when we need it? How do we organize it in ways that make sense for us in the lives we want to lead? Information found does us little good if we misplace it or forget to use it. And just as we must maintain a house or a car, we need to maintain our information -- backing it up, archiving or deleting old information, and updating information that is no longer accurate. These are each important activities of personal information management (PIM). In our digital world, advances in technologies for search and storage have far outpaced advances in tools and techniques that help us to manage and make sense of our information. This project combines fieldwork with selective prototyping in an effort to understand what is needed for us to "keep found things found."