I'm thinking about using my Pi as the server for the project I'm doing for my masters' thesis, but I want to make sure it can handle it. Basically, I'm planning on getting users, through Amazon Mechanical Turk, to listen to some sentences and respond as to whether or not they understood them. Crucially, the time it takes the user to press the "I get it" button is going to be a major data point in my thesis, so I need to ensure that the timing is accurate, regardless of the server load. I'm not assuming it'll be the most popular thing on MTurk, but I need to plan for worst-case scenarios. Will the Pi be able to handle the load if, say, 10+ users are being served at the same time? Or would it be a better idea to host the project on a 'real' server elsewhere?