"To be clear on that"

LoxOne = The point where Your physical world and Online World Intersect and integrate as One seamless system by way of the LoxOne Sub Mini Life Server. Living + Online X= One

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Just to be clear. For various reasons, LoxOne.ca does not and will not sell the products of "Loxone Elextronics" of Austria.
LoxOne Automation, also known as LoxOne Automated Systems is an independent Canadian owned entity NOT affiliated in ANY way with Loxone.com

LoxOne as represented by a upper case "L" followed by a lower case "ox" followed by an uppercase "O" and ending with a lower case "ne" is the copywrite of LoxOne.ca also known as LoxOne Automation and LoxOne Automated Systems.
LoxOne.ca is a wholly owned domain of BaronVonInternet.com and HTBWMedia.com

Our plan is to create an open home automation community to discuss and review various home automation products. To apply for pre-registration, simply go to the contact page and send me a note.

Any and All home automation product manufacturors are free to apply for paid advertising spots or to send us an operational sample of your system for testing and review purposes.

Other Linux Mini PC's - Alternatives to Raspberry Pi

I have to admit, I did jump on this whole Raspberry Pi bandwagon really fast... almost too fast, some may say. Don't get me wrong, I still believe the Raspberry Pi is a great product and the Raspberry Pi foundation is doing wonderful things in the way of expanding global computer literacy in the creation of Raspberry Pi and the spin off programs.

Loxone mini server review

Loxone Thu, 07/04/2013 - 19:48

It seems there are alot of search engine hits for individuals from all over the world seeking reviews of the Loxone mini server. I guess the similarity in the domain name, and both Loxone Electronics of Austria and LoxOne.ca deal with home automation on various levels. Anyone who has read the disclaimer below, however, will notice that LoxOne.ca is not affiliated in any way with Loxone Electronics of Austria.

Nominate Eben Christopher Upton & the Raspberry pi foundation for Nobel Peace prizes

Loxone Thu, 06/13/2013 - 19:11

Anyone familiar with the Raspberry pi story will know the admirable and noble reasoning behind the creation of the Raspberry pi. For those not familiar, here is a synopsis:

After a very successful career in the Computer / Tech industry, Eben Upton decided to help mould the minds of a new generation and became a teacher. This is when Eben Upton came to a shocking discovery.

Which statement(s) best represent how you feel about the Nobel Prize Foundation awarding the Nobel prize as follows: You may choose MORE THAN one option Option 1 Eben Upton should be awarded the Nobel Prize for his work in providing an affordable learning tool designed to educate future generations about computer programming thereby helping to ensure future technology advancements do not stall out due to a lack of knowledge as well as the founding of and his continued work with the Raspberry Pi Foundation as described in OPTION 2 below. Option 2 The Raspberry Pi Foundation should be awarded the Nobel Prize for their: (a) Ongoing work in providing an educational tool designed to educate students from around the world in the key aspects of computer programming (b) Continued efforts in the design and improvement of the Raspberry Pi educational tool. (c) Ongoing training and assistance by the way of the Raspberry Pi online Community in the development of new technology and products utilizing the Raspberry Pi as the backbone. The many products which have and will rise as a result of Raspberry Pi and the Raspberry Pi Foundation have and will provide a definite positive effect on the growth of worldwide open source technology.