These days hard to find a story that has something of interest to the community.
Well, all you have seen the camera from raspberrypi's guys sold out in half a day. It happens like the Apple's products: first you buy and then think what you'll use. Too much hype I think.
Returning to the subject of the post, the most interesting thing I found in one of my favorite sites is this tutorial to use the Subsonic application, which is the same as having Spotify but with your music, and accessible from anywhere in the world.
And it's free, as we like.
The idea is to mount a Java-based server, download a .deb and now from any web browser on the network, access to http://ip_raspberry:4040/
As I've been reading over, have to support video streaming. You may have to check it out in depth. It has applications for all platforms.
Translated link: pihomeserver - Raspbian - Installer un serveur Subsonic