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Some people like to sort their pictures, others like to tag people, but regardless, it can get overwhelming fast. So what’s the best way to deal with your photos? Don’t deal with them at all, says the New York Times! The paper says you’ll just stress yourself out. And if you really want to rest easy, let Google back them up and move on.