@khurt:disqus with Free stuff comes the headache of having to handle issues and disruptions. I’ve been burnt too many times by Tumblr’s downtime and WordPress.com needs a paid upgrade for everything from your domain to CSS editing, so it’s not really free. I’ve tried free hosts before this, but they never work out. Read this. That’s why I’ve decided to host on NearlyFreeSpeech for just ~$4 per month, that too dependent on the traffic I get.

Of course, if you don’t believe in Free, there’s a pretty Big Donate button when you scroll down on my blog, you can always pay for this information. 🙂