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Radical Decluttering: Living the Digital Life
By Alvin Soon - on 17 Aug 2010, 11:59am

Radical Decluttering: Living the Digital Life

BBC News has a story on some people who've decluttered their lives extreme digital style:

Meet Kelly Sutton, a spiky-haired 22-year-old software engineer with thick-rimmed glasses and an empty apartment in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighbourhood - a hotbed for New York's young, early adopters of new technology.

Mr Sutton is the founder of CultofLess.com, a website which has helped him sell or give away his possessions - apart from his laptop, an iPad, an Amazon Kindle, two external hard drives, a "few" articles of clothing and bed sheets for a mattress that was left in his newly rented apartment.

He's not the only one. Read Cult of less: Living out of a hard drive for more.

 


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