Original Link: http://brettterpstra.com/2013/07/28/mavericks-and-tagging/

Brett Terpstra:

The core concept behind tagging on a computer is that your documents, photos and other files no longer need to have a specific location in the filesystem in order to create relationships (from the user’s perspective, anyway). Apple has long desired to move away from the idea of deeply-nested folders and an obvious filesystem (an idea that, in reality, probably began at NeXT). Spotlight, Saved Searches and other file-locating tools have been in OS X for a long time. In my opinion they’re still undervalued by most Mac users, but Apple is planning to change that.

I’ve been using Mavericks on one of my machines since it came out in beta, and tagging has been getting heavily used. It’s come in handy so far..