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Can you live without Facebook? Yes, you are able to. And life will go on just like the working day before Facebook came into your life and sucked up all your attention.

This week’s MashTalk is hosted by Tech Editor Pete Pachal, with commentary from Senior Tech Correspondent Raymond Wong and Tech News Intern Freia Lobo.

Our very own Tech Correspondent Jack Morse says he deleted his personal Facebook account years ago, which has let him reconnect with real people about real news in real life. In his essay, he counts all the reasons why you should also delete your Facebook account.

With Facebook so deeply ingrained in “peoples lives” now, it may seem like an impossible chore( FOMO anyone ?), but it’s truly not. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by Facebook, just delete it. It’ll be good for your health.

Next, we discuss Amazon’s new Echo Show, the company’s latest Alexa-powered gadget. The Echo Show’s marquee feature is its 7-inch screen. Does Amazon have too many Echos in its lineup? Is a screen really necessary? What about its questionable boxy intend? Ugly? Cool? And will Apple obliterate the Echo Show with its own Siri-powered competitor?

Lastly, Apps Reporter Karissa Bell calls in from Seattle to share her guess on Microsoft’s Build developer meeting. It was a bit of a snooze this year, but the tech giant did show off a few cool things including the next version of Windows 10, Cortana abilities, Windows Story Remix, Mixed Reality, and a video indexer that they are able investigate videos and pick out impressions based on what’s being said and the facial expressions of people in the video. It’s wild!

As always, don’t forget to leave your questions and remarks by tweeting @Mash_Talk with the #MashTalk hashtag. We greet all feedback.

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