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i have said as much for 10 years: http://greg.abstrakt.ch/2002/10/asset_striping/
In the Boston Globe, Beth Teitell discusses Life at Home in the Twenty-first Century: 32 Families Open their Doors, an accessible, illustrated text that summarizes the research of four archaeologists ...
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When we moved to Berlin in March we had so little stuff that we were able to use Air Berlin as our "moving truck". Makes life much easier.
 
We've intentionally chosen a small house without a lot of storage space, both to be in town and to avoid accumulating too much crap. If you have nowhere to put it, it's hard to accumulate in the first place. Until we had our daughter we had finally convinced friends and family to stop giving us non-consumable physical objects as gifts. Now we have to remind them that we already have enough toys and clothes :P
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