Just over 10 months ago I deleted all my social media accounts. I have not missed them at all.
Recently finished my third play through of Nier Automata and I am pretty sure this will be my game of the year. The story is great, the combat fluid and fast, the levels well designed and there are plenty of weapons and upgrades. I played it on a PS4 so I didn't run into any of the PC port issues. I am also glad I avoided spoilers (other than to play it more than once). There are two main characters: 2B, a female android, and 9S, a male android. You start playing as 2B. On the second play through you get to control 9S and see the game from a different perspective. On the third play through you get an entirely different game all together and a new female android, A2, is introduced. There are 26 possible endings of which five are "real" endings. The other 21 endings basically occur at different points in the game when it expects you to do something but you don't. I highly recommend this game to anyone.
About a year ago I mentioned Dark Souls and Just Cause III. A year later and I still haven't finished either. I was pretty far into JC3 but lost my save game. There are some missions that are really frustrating because its random if you can do the right thing to pass the mission. Dark Souls is well Dark Souls. I have been watching a lot of LobosJr's Twitch streams and he makes it look so easy.
I finally broke down and bought a PS4 from my friend. He upgraded to the PS4 Pro so I got his used one. I also picked up Horizon Zero Dawn and beat it in about a week and a half. It is a really good game. Like Far Cry 3 or 4 but with a better story. It has good game mechanics and reasonable difficulty curve in that as I got more powerful there was still a challenge. I didn't 100% clear the game so if they come out with DLC I may revisit it.
Well, my email on Outlook.com didn't last long. I wasn't happy with how the server operated within the Windows 10 Email or Outlook clients (uses a web api and not a true IMAP server). Webfaction, my hosting company for the past five or so years, also handles email but I never used it. I set it all up and moved my wife's domains over to it as well. They worked with me to upload 10GB of archive mail (since 1999) that my wife collected. I don't hang on to email that long so I didn't have a lot to move over.
All of our secondary accounts now forward to one main account on Webfaction. Its nice to actually have a real, authentic, IMAP server and not a Google imitation.