With the increasing digitization and virtualization of formerly physical objects and processes, many people are discovering that they need less "stuff" to get by on a daily basis.

With the increasing digitization and virtualization of formerly physical objects and processes, many people are discovering that they need less “stuff” to get by on a daily basis.

But what if the digitization of possessions could eliminate the need for an actual physical home? A new trend in digital minimalism makes this very claim. The BBC profiles several young tech professionals who ether live in spartan apartments, or have no permanent address at all. They say that besides the stress of moving from couch to couch the minimalist lifestyle cuts down on waste and down-sizes clutter.

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