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This web server is pretty much on 24/7. It resides on a single-board micro-computer. This computer is currently hosting a web server, a NAS server (sshfs), an IRC server, a SSH server, an audio server (VLC), and also an e-mail server. Test my custom e-mail address: gascon@email.dot.org.es. I am using Discord now, my account is: gasconheart#1668. Add me and let's chat. Sometimes I just grab the mic and talk randomly. You might catch me live, online, at http://www.gasconheart.dot.org.es/streaming.mp3. Just copy paste that URL to VLC or some decent audio player. Thanks for visiting my web site. Visit my IRC channel. Leave feedback. Be awesome!



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I don't boycott these companies, strictly speaking. The reality is that I simply don't use their products or services because they do not suit any of my needs. Often times an alternative, free, provider does the trick better than one of these companies. I don't need anything of what Microsoft sells in the market. This is not exactly a boycott. There are residual, free, services provided by Google Inc. that I use from time to time, while I'm looking for a better, free, alternative. Clearly I don't use: Gmail, Android, Picasa, Google translator, the Drive, storage, blog, shopping interface, the Youtube web site or the Google search engine as such. Think if you really need that Facebook account, that Windows 10, that Android system, etc., and act acordingly and responsibly.

I am not indifferent to the rights of those who choose to use those online services. Here is an article by Will Morrow I fully endorse: Jacobin urges readers to “log off” social media.