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The Raspberry Pi revolution.

I was ready with ChromeCast when Google stopped with Chromcast Audio. So I was looking for an alternative. For audio, I found SnapCast. The best open source solution I could find. Not perfect and not general user-friendly but manageable for me. For my TV spot I found Kodi on LibreElec apears to be the best solution for the time being to replace Chromecast. There again not as user-friendly as Apple TV or Chromecast but manageable for me.
The Raspberry-Pi is need little thing and in the Flirc case it looks great. But I have two issues to be resolved before I can move on in getting out of it what I want (Running Firefox on it): Good support for Debian 64 bitGood graphical hardware accelerationWhen these are resolved, the Raspberry Pi will spark a revolution in the computer landscape.

Time to say goodbye to email

Migrate safe away from email With the mobile phone now becoming the standard human interface for information and communication services it is time to stop using email. There is enough information on the web to find out why. Here is an example:
https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/can-email-ever-be-secure/ What are the alternatives? For now, we see is only one alternative: https://www.signal.org/ in combination with document share services and document send services like Dropbox, iCloud, Google-drive and so on.
We will have the following text under our emails in the future.
Because email is an old and insecure first generation internet protocol we will in time stop to use email. If you want to contact us and are not known with us, you can use the web contact form. If you are known with us you can use our signal account to chat, or we share an exchange environment.