Privacy Policy

Who we are

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I am a freelance writer and author who also builds websites for small businesses.


Comments on pages and posts are turned off on this site. You’re welcome to drop me an email or send me a message on twitter. I check in there a couple of times a week, so be patient.


Cookies are delicious. We all love them. Except the ones that invade our space and our privacy to follow us around like a puppy gobbling up the dropped treats on our way home. Those we don’t like. The only cookies found on this site are necessary for functionality. I don’t track you, follow you, figure out where you live, or who you know. I don’t even want to know.

BTW, My preference is oatmeal with raisins, craisins, and chopped pecans. The digital ones don’t taste very good at all.

Embedded content from other websites

I avoid using embedded content because doing so allows sites like YouTube to add inedible cookies that let them follow you around the web. So if that creepy ad you’ve been seeing pops up after you visited this website, it didn’t happen here.

Who we share your data with

In a nutshell, we don’t share data with anyone. Period.

How long we retain your data

When you visit a website, any website, information like your IP address, type of browser, and where you came from gets added to the server logs. The amount of back and forth communication that takes place between a server and client is mind boggling.

The information is there, but don’t ask me to find it. About once a year, I might have reason to look at a log to determine, for instance, what went wrong. Logs get deleted about once a year. When the server does a backup, the log files end up in the backup, but I never keep more than three months worth of backups once a website is up, running, and functional.

What rights you have over your data

I don’t keep any data, especially not yours. As mentioned above, the backup system goes back about three months. Anything older than that gets deleted. I won’t save it for you, retrieve it, or look at it, even if you offer me cookies.

Where your data is sent

It goes into the trash can, metaphorically speaking, when I delete the log files. I never give it to anyone and every three months it gets deleted.

Where your data is stored

I only use U.S. based servers. Your data, as far as I know, never leaves the USA.