Open-source effort bring Internet to Facebook users. You post link to our wall, we reply with JPG photo album of webpage.
Last week I heard about the launch of Internet.org, and then about the new $12 Facebook-only Sprint plans, and realized that we're quickly moving towards a world in which we'll have people on Facebook, who do not have the Internet. (You may need to read the last half of that sentence again.)
An idea entered my mind, and I wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry, but I built it - JPG Internet.
This is not a startup, it's a Facebook Page where you can post a link on the wall*, and servers will grab a screenshot of the website, upload it to Facebook, and reply with a link to the JPG, so you can view the Internet on Facebook. If it is a long webpage, it will cut the image into pieces and upload it as a correctly ordered photo album.