A short TED talk by Graham Hill about how to live happier with less stuff (plus reduce your carbon footprint and save more money). I love this talk as it is very much aligned to my point of view about how we should look at living life. Too many people live their lives based on the accumulation of assets and stuff and end up being unhappy, stressed and in debt. The idea of editing your life and living in a digitized and minimalistic way is about keeping what's the best of the best and quality over quantity. It's the same principle of curation over aggregation or hoarding.