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Digital Hoarding

The Thing About Saved Stuff

My Pocket App has something to say and so do I

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A word from my Pocket App

Clutterbuck opens up the NYT app first. Every morning. Skimming through the headlines, I usually get about 3–5 saved articles. They’re good but they’re usually pretty long so I don’t read them. I just do the SEO thing…




We can have opposing unpopular opinions, but share commonalities. Let’s all shut up for a minute and start listening more to each other.

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Veronika Kaufmann

Veronika Kaufmann

History and Lit student, Vienna University. Writer. The Mummy is my favorite movie and everybody should speak at least three languages.

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