Tutanota x Proton Mail (minhas primeiras impressões)
O post do Maique sobre sair do micro.blog reforçou minha decisão de mudar de plataforma; além dos pontos que mencionou, há outros subjetivos tão ou mais importantes para mim e também o há custo; pelo (pouco) que escrevo, este gasto absolutamente não se justifica.
3rd week of Tuta Mail testing
I would like to read more. When I was a boy, I was an avid reader; now, I have a Kindle (three, in fact) full of interesting books claiming for my attention while I am here on Micro.blog, or Mastodon, or Reddit, reading short posts about blogs, productivity apps, about Kindles (!?).
For many years I used Lotus Notes and I really enjoyed a single application for e-mail, calendar, tasks and database; it was easy & practical. But now, I can not get used to it anymore; I keep installing Outlook, Thunderbird and others just to remove them a few days later. They all seem too bloated.
I use Gmail and Google Calendar; I do pay for Microsoft Office and also for another email service (from Terra Networks) that is basically used by my wife. So why am I testing Tuta Mail and Próton Mail? Why pay for a service that I don’t need?
2nd week of Tuta Mail testing (includes an affiliate link)
It is not easy for a man, I would say almost impossible, to compete against Mark Zuckerberg; not taking about Mark, the man, but Facebook and Instagram and the space they occupy in a person’s mind.