For years now, belgo.org and my other personal domains have been hosted on colocated computers, which I personally administered to provide DNS, mail, and HTTP service. That time is now at an end.
Free, fast, geographically-distributed DNS is available through the likes of pmsdns and everydns, and that's something I'm unwilling to match with personal resources, so I'm using that. Furthermore, the burden of being a system administrator in my spare time for the sake of mail and HTTP, is simply too much to bear when I work as much as I do. For a very small price, netwisp, operated by a longtime acquaintance of mine, offers hundreds of megabytes of storage (and large files can go on Amazon S3 if I need more space and bandwidth). My cost goes down from most of $1000 a year, to under $100 a year, and the service level actually increases, while I get to spend more time concentrating on next Best Thing. Everyone wins. In fact, you wouldn't even notice this change if I didn't blab about it.
Another result of this is that I'm finally decomissioning linux-florida.com. For three years now, I've encouraged people to email me at ieee.org. Soon, linux-florida.com email will be shut off, again, to reduce the layers of complexity that I have to deal with. My current contact address will always be published on the 'about chris' page.