If you've been thinking about trying out Tor to anonymise all your web browsing, you could just download a browser and give that a spin, but it's much more fun to make your own highly portable proxy that you can easily connect to on a whim. Enter the Raspberry Pi.
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While I regret purchasing a Raspberry Pi 2 for use as a media centre (more on that another time), it's still more than serviceable if you want to use OpenELEC, OSMC or other home theatre distro. That is until you run up against videos encoded in H.265 / HEVC, which even the Pi 3 can struggle with.
One of the best new additions to the Raspberry Pi 3 is built-in Bluetooth, but setting up a Bluetooth device required the command line. Now, it's easy to add Bluetooth devices right from the taskbar.
One of the best new features of the Raspberry Pi 3 is its on-board Bluetooth, but while the software needed to get it working is easy to install, it might be a bit baffling to use. Element14 has a guide to working with Bluetooth from Raspbian.