I built a $5k Raspberry Pi server (yes, it's ridiculous)

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  • raspberry-pi-pcie-devices

    Raspberry Pi PCI Express device compatibility database

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    A browser and wallet for LBRY, the decentralized, user-controlled content marketplace.

    It's curious and pleasant to see some people taking a stance on this issue, by exploring other venues apart from YouTube.

    For example, Luke Smith hosts many of his videos over on Odysee nowadays: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@Luke:7

    Also, Bryan Lunduke also moved over to Locals and has generally expressed that it's a more pleasant community: https://lunduke.locals.com/

    Of course, i don't doubt that it's akin to financial suicide for anyone who relies on YouTube as their main source of income, but if nothing else, it's nice to see people standing up for their principles, instead of selling out and trying to build their platform on another site that can end their presence at will.

    I guess only time will show whether there ever will be any financially feasible alternatives to YouTube, though.

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