Have recently finally gotten around to unsubscribing to plenty of sites that send me regular email. Yes, I am apparently very lazy. How hard it is to click "unsubscribe" at the bottom of an email? Not very. :P
I have not idea why I didn't do this earlier with Facebook*, but I finally did it about a week ago. That goes for Groupon and Living Social among other entities.
I have also been deleting and unsubscribing from some podcasts that I figure I'll never get to...and that won't even be relevant to me anymore. I deleted a couple of parenting podcasts that focused on parenting very young 'uns. Mine isn't so very young anymore. (Of course, I've added a couple of podcasts, but the balance is still in favor of fewer podcasts in my library and less space taken up on my hard drive.)
And, as soon as I'm finished posting here, I think I'll be off to delete/unsubscribe from the NPR Books podcast. That one hurts a little, but I have an absolutely ridiculous amount of books on my to-read list. And I have plenty of ways to find more to add, including via other podcasts (like What Should I Read Next?...getting close to catching up on that one.)
* I'm having a harder and harder time justifying even having a Facebook page. I actually scrolled through a Facebook friend's page last night to see where that friend was now, career-wise, and that just felt really weird. I was pretty much just a Facebook lurker before, but not quite. I guess I was more a quiet "liker" - I didn't often post, but I'd click "like" on tons of others' posts. I finally realized that was a pretty sad? silly? way to use Facebook. But every once in a while, I do miss it. I don't really feel connected to people via Facebook, I guess, but I guess I feel...completely out of a large loop?