Good to know.

SSL Endpoint is only useful for custom domains. All default domains are already SSL-enabled and can be accessed by using https, for example,

I'm hard pressed to select heroku, which is $7 a month just to host a service, over Linode, which is $10 a month to essentially administer your own box (Whuuuut?!! What a deal!), but not screwing around with SSL for my own services would be nice.

Not that web services supporting apps need more than a simple self-signed cert, though, I suppose. Argh. I guess at some point I'll have to bite the bullet and spend some time setting up Linode.

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