My doppelgänger has spent years developing a pocket sized webserver written in a dead computer language. While he thinks this is some great way to preserve that language and take it into the future, I see far, far more possibilites. This cute little engine allows for server site scripting, and it's ridiculously easy to adapt it into a website on a linode or a webui running locally.

The dead computer language means that only wizards like those that can find this site will ever be able to maintain it. But I see that as a plus. I mean, look at what allowing anyone to be able to post anything easily and reach millions of users has gotten us.