Once again, Apple's peddling of the ridiculously overpriced .Mac service is a thorn in my side. I finally got around to setting up a nice personal blog site using iWeb, publish it to a folder and upload to my webhost. It looks great, but then I realize there is no way for anyone to leave comments. I go back to the inspector, enable comments and upload the site again. No change. Turns out this feature and the search feature will only work for .Mac subscribers. So I have just been wasting all my time, because a blog with no comments loses all its interactivity. I'm happy for Apple if there's a market for .Mac, but shame on them for purposely crippling important functions of their apps for non .Mac subscribers. With record profits, is it really necessary for Apple to pull Microsoft-esque tactics just to sell a few more .Mac subscriptions? This is infuriating! By any chance is there a workaround?