Privacy Policy

Who We Are

Hello! We are the folks behind


When you drop a comment on our site, we gather a few things:

  • The stuff you type into the comment box.
  • Your IP address.
  • Some technical info from your web browser to help us fight spam.

If you have a Gravatar profile, we might use an anonymous version of your email address (called a hash) to check if you have a profile picture there. Don’t worry, your profile picture won’t be visible unless your comment gets approved.


Hey, if you’re uploading images here, please make sure they don’t have hidden location data (called EXIF GPS). Some folks can extract location info from these images, and we’d like to keep your privacy intact.


Now, about cookies. If you leave a comment, you can choose to save your:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Website

in cookies. It’s for your convenience so you don’t have to type them in every time you want to leave a comment. These cookies stick around for a year.

If you pay a visit to our login page, we use a temporary cookie to see if your browser is okay with cookies. No personal info here, and we toss it once you close your browser.

When you log in, we set up a few more cookies to remember your login details and how you want things to look on your screen. Login cookies last for two days, but if you check the “Remember Me” box, they’ll stick around for two weeks. Log out, and they vanish.

If you edit or publish an article, we use a cookie to remember which article you were fiddling with. It doesn’t store personal stuff, just the article’s ID, and it expires after a day.

Embedded Content from Other Websites

You might notice we have some cool stuff like videos, images, or articles from other websites on our pages. They act as if you’re visiting those sites directly.

These other websites might collect your data, use cookies, and do some tracking. If you have an account with them and you’re logged in, they can see what you do with their stuff.

Just so you know, these external websites have their own privacy rules, and we can’t control what they do. If you’re concerned, it’s a good idea to check out their privacy policies.

Feel free to reach out if you have questions or need more info. We’re here to help!

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