Who am I and why this website?
Detailed information about me is here. This is my personal and non-commercial website funded entirely by my personal funds. The topics of journal (or blog) posts revolve around my interests and experiences. The intent behind documenting them include
- improve my writing,
- identify interconnections, and
- ala meaningful comments in computer programming/software development, serve as notes to myself so that I don’t re-invent the wheel at a later point in my life.
If the contents float your boat, then feel free to use it. But note that you will be doing so at your own discretion and neither I nor my website will be responsible for your triumphs and tribulations, and losses and gains.
What personal data is collected and why?
Trust me … I have more than a full time job that I love, handful of healthy habits and hobbies that I am fully committed to and a pantheon of amazing friends I enjoy spending time with. My work, hobbies and habits generate sufficient data on their own to keep me busy until the cows come home. So, I really don’t have any time or interest to unnecessarily process yours. Neither do I lack the moral backbone to sell it to make a few quick cents.
Feel free to read through what exactly WordPress, the content management system powering this website, and the plugins employed to enhance the overall experience do with your data.
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