Quite honestly, I haven't done any web programming since I quit PHP. I do hear a lot of about all those Python web frameworks, so when I saw a link to the Django Book, I took the initiative and started reading. I haven't tried out any other frameworks, but my initial reaction is to love Django. It's obviously well designed around DRY and the Zen and very well documented. Django models are beautiful and makes SQL very painless.
Having worked through the examples in the book, I've started conceiving a larger project. I'd like to make my personal homepage. Obviously, it would have a lot of static content, and I want to do that in the clearest way possible. So, I'll steal a hint from the django docs: write my site in reST and dynamically generate the webpage with docutils. (It will be a good exercise with caching.) In fact, I have a version running locally.
[My first lazyweb query:] Where can I get good Python hosting? I'll need to upload Django, too because I'm running off SVN. Can it be gotten cheap or even for free?
BTW, I'm now aggregated on Planet Python!