(Version 0.02, published April 11, 2009)
- I hope you find the content on this site to be useful and/or interesting. I hope that you’ll feel free to leave comments if you have something relevant to say.
- Other than the foregoing, I don’t care who you are, what you’re doing here, where else you’ve been, or where you’re going from here. (This is true even if—heck, especially if—you’re weird enough to read through privacy policies just for kicks.)
- Other than the usual web server access logs (which track IP addresses, but do not leave personally identifiable information), I have no infrastructure in place for tracking who you are, what you’re doing here, where else you’ve been, or where you’re going from here. That may change in the future, though I think it’s unlikely, and it would be for reasons unknown to me right now. If it does change, I’ll do my best to let you know, and I promise that I’ll keep such information to myself.
- Even if I did have it available to me, I shall never, ever sell, lend, transfer, or otherwise allow any glimpse of your personal information to spammers, telemarketers, politicians, or any other person or entity, whether corporate, corporeal, or corpse.
- However, if you leave an email address, phone number, web site URL, or other personally identifiable information here, whether in comments or in other parts of this site, you do so at your own risk. I make no promise that I’ll be willing or able to help you cover your tracks later. That said, I reserve the right to remove blatant spam or unpaid advertising from this site. If and when I do so, that doesn’t change the meaning, intent, or applicability of this paragraph.
- I sell advertising on this site. Or, at least, I hope to sell advertising on this site. The revenues might be good for a Coke someday. (Hmm. I wonder if I can charge them for that plug?) Advertisement publishers may use their own cookies. I have no control over this, other than to drop advertising, which I’d rather not do; it’s harder for me to write when I’m thirsty and undercaffeinated.
- Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet.
- I also use Google Analytics (GA) to track the
- This policy is subject to change without notice. However, it is and shall remain my intent to be even less evil than Google.