This morning, I ran across and tweeted a NYT article titled Gadgets You Should Get Rid Of (or Not).
Personally, this process has been going on with me for months, no years.
For instance, I ditched my landline 2 days before Chirstmas.
Since the landline is gone, I downgraded my 4 in 1 printer for a 3 in 1.
I am selling it on eBay if anyone’s interested.
USB drive – in Process. I heart my Dropbox (aff link) account. My current physical drives were “acting up” including said usb drive. I went to a drive repair shop to get a quote. After I heard it, I figured that I might as well get a new computer.
Desktop Computer – I have to ask a couple of guys what if anything can be done to the desktop. I haven’t touched it in nearly 2 years, so it’ll be interesting to see what they can find.
Internet at Home – Stays, although there are always new offers coming out every other week. Stay tuned.
Cable – a few of my friends have cut the cord and are doing the Netflix thing. I am dependent on DVR because that’s the only way I can keep up with the lady on her daily viewing.
Stand Alone Camera – I’m keeping because I just brought mine over a year ago because I knew that the coming year would be a busy one with events abound.
Digital Music Player – I already donated one and recycled the other a couple of years ago.
Alarm Clock – I gave up and use the smartphone (no not an iPhone), but I have a backup with the TV auto on timer.
GPS Unit – I’m a New Yorker and I don’t drive. Enough said.
Books – I donated a good amount of my books to the local library and kept my favorites. Lately all my books are Kindle books.
Have you ditched your technology in the past year? Let us know in the comments.