Years ago, I was a member of a forum called DSLWebserver
(officially, DSL/Cable Web Server). It was a site dedicated to helping folks run their own web server from their home broadband connection
The forum became defunct, sadly, but I still remember the fun we had chatting about really obscure bugs and playing "is my site up?"
We should play that game more often. Even if it's a single HTML page, there's something very satisfying about hosting your own homepage
@cypnk I fondly remember when I found out about dynamic dns updates and hosting my own email. I became obsessed. Sendmail stores all my mail in a single spool while qmail stores each email in its own file? Gotta have it! And so on.