I have this habit where I try to squeeze as many links into my reading diet as possible, by bookmarking and saving for later and favoriting and subscribing to digest newsletters and on and on. As you might have guessed, I don't get to all of them, and a lot of those links and stories stay stored in my favorites or bookmarks or emails for a long time, gathering digital dust, until I do a seasonal cleaning and trash a lot of stuff. It's a very familiar pattern, but none of this is tangible.
I sometimes wonder how much time we spend managing intangible things that we'll end up trashing.
How many emails are currently in your inbox?
How many documents do you have on your desktop?
***Here, you throw these away:
Yogi Bear died for a minute, which sounds like a weird New Yorker cartoon plotline.
You can use this caption for every New Yorker cartoon but I think "Actually, ..." would work best, because hipsters.
Journalists are misusing 'hipsters' and look at that hipster URL.
URLs are full of fake traffic.
This thing says that Kingston is one of the top 10 places in the nation. Top 10 in worst places to get sick.
I received this boldly going book in the mail yesterday.
Click and drag:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Immersive 360 Experience
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Posted by Star Wars on Wednesday, September 23, 2015
* Catskill Mountain Railroad Commenters letter writers on hiatus. Let 1960s Spider-Man explain.
* Garlic festival.
* Local politicians make a brave a politically risky decision to hold dogs.
***One cat: One dog.
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