i put screenshots or avatars/sigs under "stock" when they're not in use(within "stock", i have other folders, but those could be adjusted to your personal preferences); if i'm currently using/working on an image or if it's an incomplete work, i put it under "play". you could always create a "misc" folder if you're more comfortable with that; personally, i've been accustomed to my "stock" folder, so i just stick with it.
i put webcam pics under photos 'cause i consider webcam a camera. anything that doesn't fit in an "event" (for example, random camwhoring) would just fall under the main camera folder.
to make it easier, here's my simple method for organizing: photographs VS. graphics. anything that's not taken by any of my own cameras, ie - stock photos you find online or any artwork, i consider it a graphic. if it was originally a photo from my own camera that has been edited, it would still fall under photos unless it's being used for some kind of photomanip/layout/digital art. if i follow these rules, i find it becomes easier to store things that would fall under more than one category.
QUOTE(moirakas @ Aug 14 2009, 09:14 PM)
wow, you're super organized. i just throw all my shit into one folder.
lol i have obsessive compulsive tendencies, and organization eases them for me ;o