I’m not sure what is worse, clutter on my desk from paper that piles up or “digital clutter” that collects on my virtual desktop or hard drive. Either way a purge is usually in order about once a month. Interestingly enough, I find I pay attention to information that comes to me digitally than I do to info that gets handed to me on paper, but that still doesn’t keep me from letting the clutter gather.
LifeHacker posted an interesting collection of tips this weekend (I love LifeHacker’s stuff, by the way) on The Top 10 Ways To Digitally Declutter. I think removing the “packrat” gene is my only hope though. What are your tips on how to declutter your digital life?
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