Digital hoarding is an opportunity for startup of the mind that could be the new digital yard sale


Dominic Basulto’s perceptive piece on the trend to save more and more of what you’d probably not need could be borrowed from an ingrained habit we have to hoard – and, as he shows, it is costly. However, if acknowledged for what it is and the skills exist to delineate, sort, categorize and evaluate, these “hoarded” pieces of data could become useful pieces of information to be used by someone else in the same manner that yard sales have served innovative hoarders.

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