Back in the day before ARIN, I obtained a class C license (255 IP numbers) for a network of servers running in my garage. This block hasn't been in official routing for several years. As you well know, class C licenses are in rather short supply.
This is a unique situation. I was talking couple of years ago about this with Clay Shirky, who suggested I crowdsource the question, so here goes:
What's the most creative use that you could imagine for an IP v4 class C license?
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