Good things should be shared. Meteor gets this, and as we're about to see for ourselves, the reactive programming model allows us to share updates in real time across multiple clients.
With your Chrome web page still open to
http://localhost:3000/, open a new browser tab and navigate to the same page.
If you really want to get fancy, you can conduct this same experiment with multiple browsers (Firefox, Opera, or Safari). Each session will be live and reactive!
You now have two clients open, which is simulating the application being open by different people, at different locations, with different computers. Meteor's reactive model allows you to treat all clients in the same manner, and a change made by one will be propagated to ...