I am not really interested in video and youtubes, but a few recent things have changed my mind.
Been setting up an AR Sandbox, Web page has videos for how to do the calibration.
I read the Readme it says go see video xxx.
As the effects of mum's aluminum saucepan cooking are starting to set in, I find googling for answers is faster than trying to remember something I had done and forgotten but posted on a forum a year ago
I guess, I and perhaps others need to face up to reality.
Googling for answers and watching YT are how people, especially those younger than us oldies, are learning today.
Is a good memory a thing of the past? Might still be hope for me
A good browser with fast video is the future for everyone?
The effort RPF put into Epiphany was considerable.
Now we have Chromium pushing the Pi3 hard.
What will future browsers do?
Does RPF have to make the hardware that can run these next gen Internet tools?
2GB is nice but Aarch64 is better, will browser writers make use of the extra grunt multicore/gpus have?
Can the extra processing offset smaller memory?
Better coders use less memory, we get spoiled with with 4-8GB on Desktops.
Does RPF have to make their own browser, been there tried that.
Anyone tried Chromium on a B+ recently?
The Tinker board was interesting until I found out it is only 32bit, no future in that.
Life span of Tinker? One Year? I will wait for Tinker 2 Aarch64 version.
Next gen browsers even those on Android will need more grunt.
It is flattering that a major motherboard maker has followed the footprint of the P.
Too bad it is not state of the art and just another me too.
But that's just my 2 cents worth.
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges