Summary of echo's hosting 'policy'.

That's where you come in. You, my lovely visitor, can have your own space here on echoes.nu. (I'm awfully verbose and repetitive, don't you think?) You can help me populate this domain with wonderful stops along the world wide web.

Stuck on a crazy free web host? You and I should put that nonsense to an end! Or perhaps you have already managed to dodge some nightmarish free webspace and are currently hosted on another personal domain. Maybe that other domain is echoing.org! Just so you know, I am an equal opportunity hostess. Whether you need more room for your existing site, want to create a new site (or two) on echoes, inexperienced but looking for a place to start, are a refugee from a domain that is closing down or even just looking for a change of venue, you've probably come to the right place.

We have tons of space and bandwidth here. I don't assign a specific amount of you can use as all sites are different. I also don't want to dictate what you can and cannot put on your site. Unless it causes adverse effects on the server, the other inmates/hostees and myself, or violates the hosting company's rules, you can do whatever you want with your space. So, I'm not going to list my pet peeves and/or what I find desirable to view. Instead, if I find you or your site entertaining and/or you seem to belong here, you can have a directory/folder/subdomain and that's that. If for some reason I ever change my stance on this, I'll let you know.

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