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[liberationtech] Small size static HTML hosting with no ads and tor friendly

Steve Weis steveweis at gmail.com
Sat Sep 7 22:12:24 PDT 2013


Take a look at github.io.
On Sep 7, 2013 5:15 AM, "Moon Jones" <mjones at pencil.allmail.net> wrote:

> Maybe it's too much. I know, people have to gain something from what they
> are doing. And although hard drive space is getting cheaper by the year,
> bandwidth is not the same.
>
> I want to do some microsites. All static. HTML plus a few optimised
> graphics. A few megabytes each. But I don't want ads. And it should be done
> over Tor. It's not about FBI/NSA, but about having less data shed around.
>
> When I search around I keep bumping into crap dynamic sites with counters,
> google APIs, custom site builders and the likes. Any .onion service would
> do that, but I want them in clearnet for wider access.
>
> Cheers!
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