A note about
privacy and cookies
“Cookies” are small text files that can tell such companies what you are doing online, even though they usually don’t record your name or other personably identifiable information. These cookies are used by these companies to try and match ads to a user’s interests. They are used all over the Web, but in most cases, their presence is only disclosed deep inside privacy policies.
Not all cookies are tracking cookies. Cookies are used to remember your preferences on the site. Tracking cookies allow companies to identify what you do or where you go online even across different sites.
You can change the preferences or settings in your web browser to control cookies. For instance, you can choose to block cookies from sites other than the one you're currently visiting.
Here are some links with more information on managing cookies in your browser.
This notice is intended to appear only the first time you visit the site on any computer.
This site is used as a personal exploration of emerging web technologies.
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