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How to Consciously Consume Less Information on the Web

Ever noticed just how many apps and services give you a way to save your favorite pieces of incoming data? You can “star” or “like” links, videos, articles, tweets, photos — pretty much any content online. The problem here is that you end up starring almost everything you come across, which defeats the purpose of using stars. No wonder it takes so much time to get through your so-called favorites.
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