I am not a business, I am not selling anything, I do not have a mailing list. I don’t know who you are.
This site no longer uses Google Analytics to track the number of visitors.
I have no way of knowing who has visited. Unless you say “Hi” via Twitter or Disqus, which would be awesome, wouldn’t it?
Google Analytics has been disabled.
I’ve disabled social media share buttons on the site.
You should have seen a prompt upon entering the site allowing you to accept or decline cookies. As above - the only cookies I’m aware of are via Google Analytics and Disqus if you’re signed up and /or logged in to that.
Ironically, this Cookie Consent may try and save a cookie, though I have done my best to prevent that.
In addition, the following cookies may be set on your machine when you visit:
The site is routed through Cloudflare’s servers to enable it to be rendered securely via https.
Bootstrap and FontAwesome
Both of these are baked into the site and control the appearance (Bootstrap) and fonts (FontAwesome). Like Cloudflare, these are delivered via CDN to enable fast download speeds regardless of where you are in the world. These are pretty much essential services for the site.
This site is a static site, served via GitHub pages. That means most of the content (apart from the highly necessary gifs) is either text or static images. There is no database in the background logging information.