Using a CDN has been on my list for some time now, and I've finally gotten around to configuring one. I just changed the tracking snippet to use Amazon's CloudFront CDN, ensuring that the tracking snippet is edge-cached at over 25 locations world-wide, in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. This means that your users will get the least possible delay in loading Errorception's tracking code. Your users get blazing high performance by default! And boy, do we at Errorception love high performance. :)
This change is being rolled out all of Errorception's users, whether on the free trial or on any of the paid plans, at no extra cost.
Unfortunately, to use the CDN you will have to change your tracking snippet in your site. Log in, and go over to Settings > Tracking Snippet to get your new tracking snippet, and replace the old tracking snippet in your site with the new one. I know it's a chore — I apologize for the inconvenience. However, the benefits far outweigh the little trouble.
While the old tracking snippet will continue to work for some more time, I urge you to upgrade soon so that you can make the most of the CDN. At some point in the not-too-distant future, the old tracking snippet will not be supported anymore.