Capital Punishment for Software

Michael Hyatt of ‘Working Smart’ writes about his recent decision to sentence software to death row. Over the last year, he has been using his ‘ mac extensively and loving it’. But he says that, he suddently found that an overwhelming 150 new software titles had gotten into his power book. And to reduce the clutter, he has created a folder called Death Row. If he does not use any software in deathrow over the next 30 days, they would get uninstalled. Nice way to reduce clutter. Read the article here.

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