Yup, it's possible to host it on your own computer, but you will have to have your computer set up as a server (i.e install DNS, http, security etc software), and install perl too, as that's what BbRemote is written in. That's hard to achieve nicely (plus it would be extrememly slow if you're on dial-up, or against your ISP's TOS if you're on broadband, probably). It's besrt to have it hosted on a web server designed to take it.
There's lots of free ones that allow scripts, but if you want a banner/popup-free one, you'll need to pay, I highly recommend http://100megswebhosting.com
- our server is right next to Reuben's in the datacentre there.
Bottom line is how can I detach my URL from your network so that you don't get any hassle from anyone if something sneaks through that is not appropriate for your legal standing.
The information is still stored on our server (BbRemote just acts as a go-between, it takes the request from the user, and passes it on to our server, which sends the information back to it, and it shows it to the user), so it's still bad if you break the TOS while using BbRemote.