Silver Jubilee

Silver Jubilee for World Wide Web!

Tim Berners Lee launched the first internal website on December 20th 1990 at CERN and a year later it was made public!.

http://timeline.web.cern.ch/timelines/The-birth-of-the-World-Wide-Web

Personally I had the first one launched in 1995 for storing and retrieving all the documentation required for complying to ISO9001 standards within the organization..

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Video comes streaming from peer(s)

https://www.streamroot.io/

Offers video streaming with WebRTC and torrent(p2p) via the browser interface to help video streaming companies reduce their bandwidth needs as well as get the video chunks nearer to your location for undisrupted viewing..

Netflix is trying something similar, Youtube will eventually follow. Collaborative video viewing with community in a different way!.

Smallest Amazon Instance..

Launched for $4.75, Amazon says “The t2.nano features 512 MiB of memory and 1 vCPU, making it well suited for workloads that require a consistent baseline performance with the ability to burst. T2 instances are backed by the latest Intel Xeon processors with clock speeds up to 3.3 GHz.”

Check it out Here

What’s the use case you have for it in mind?