p2pnet news view | Cool:- Now THIS is the epitome of cool.
A web server that’s, “slightly smaller than a business card,” as featured by Hack A Day.
“There are a lot of tiny one-board servers out there,” says the post, but, “this is probably the smallest you can etch and solder at home”.
Files are stored on a PC-readable SD card, not in a difficult-to-write EEPROM, unlike many embedded web servers, the story observes.
Click here for the Full Monty.
Hack A Day – How-To: Web server on a business card (Part 2), September 25, 2008
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