The common rap against technology is that it leads to an accumulation of devices. But the nature of technology is changing, reports the New York Times. Fewer products are doing more tasks--all accomplished by countless lines of massless software code. And so we no longer need to accumulate products. If anything, we can cut down. The question is, Which can be replaced and which are fine, or even preferable, to keep? It is plain as day that paper maps and Rolodexes have given way to their digital counterparts. But what else can you get rid of? Here is a list...

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