Despite what you may think, you are not anonymous online. I don't like knowing that <evil bigco> is tracking my every move and trying to monetize it, and so my goal is generally to pay for services that protect user privacy when I can. This comes at some cost to me, but I care more about your ability to browse the internet freely than to know what sites you visited in the same browser session as when you visited mine.

To the best of my knowledge, these are the services powering my website:

I've linked to their respective privacy policy pages, but the long and short of it is that I'm trying to avoid gathering unnecessary data about my readers, while still being able to tell how people interact with my site.

I am not receiving anything from any of the companies or services listed; I just choose to use their services and pay for them myself (except for Momently: I currentyl utilize their free tier). I'm sure there are better options out there, and maybe I'll switch to them in the future.

If I stop using any of the listed services, I will either make a short post about the decision or will include it in a "graveyard" section below. We'll figure out the structure when we get there.

We all leave behind footsteps when we browse the web.