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Cutting the High Cost of Digital Living

July 23, 2014

A female student is using both her laptop and mobile device.

"In a lot of ways, we can live in an on-demand, à la carte dream. We can collect, stream and store movies, TV shows, photos, videos and music nearly wherever and whenever we desire. It’s almost irresistible, and definitely addictive. It is easy to owe subscription fees or other payments to almost a dozen services. And even if you try to be less indulgent, the bills can pile up without realizing it. To keep all the subscriptions straight, and to avoid paying for services no longer wanted or needed (or forgotten about entirely), it is worthwhile to conduct a regular audit of your digital life."

Read more at The New York Times