why i don’t offer paid accounts (and discourage javascript blogrolls)

the recent migration woes are why i don’t offer paid accounts and discourage javascript blogrolls. the latter are a pretty bandwidth-intensive service to provide, which could only really be justified by doing the former, which just creates people who have a legitimate reason to complain when you don’t let the service take over your life. (there’s reactions from some users to the original pre-weekend “all clear” when that turned out to not quite be the case.)

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