Summer’s almost here — but before you start Instagramming up the barbecue, wouldn’t it be nice to declutter all the technology in your life?
It can be hard to know where to start. Luckily, there’s the newest episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask, in which Kara Swisher and Lauren Goode tell you everything you need to know about digital spring cleaning:
Kara and Lauren discuss strategies for tidying up overloaded email inboxes, apps you never use and gadgets that are gathering dust in your closet. They also share readers’ and listeners’ tips for digital cleanup, including the nuclear option: Delete everything!
Thank you to everyone who submitted questions and digital spring cleaning suggestions — remember that you can always send in questions about any topic to us by tweeting @LaurenGoode, @KaraSwisher or @Recode with the hashtag #AskRecode.
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On Monday, Kara Swisher will be back on Re/code Decode to interview Khosla Ventures partner Keith Rabois. Click here to subscribe on iTunes, and click here to listen on Google Play Music. And on Re/code Replay, you can hear all the audio from our live events, including some don’t-miss sessions from Code/Media 2016. To subscribe to that, click right here for iTunes and right over here for Google.
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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.