Oh, they give you URLs to use such that, if anyone signs up through them you get a kickback.
So last night Jeff and I both signed up for
In the short term, I’m going to move Luisa’s
site over to it.
In the long term, it’s a good place to experiment with Rails (they support it), and possibly hosting tnir.org and its many subdomained blogs (they support WordPress).
Overall after examining the site, they seem to be a good company.
For now, anyway.
I’ve used mine in this posting, so heh heh heh, I am waiting for the millions to roll in..