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A cookie is a small piece of text that allows a website to recognize your device and maintain a consistent, cohesive experience throughout multiple sessions. The cookies used in this blog are described below.

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These cookies are saved by Google and provide feedback to me about the types of people who are visiting my blog. All visitor data is anonymous - Google does not disclose the identities of individual visitors. However the following data is available:

  • The number of visitors over a given time period, and for which pages
  • Which country visitors are browsing from
  • What device visitors are browsing with

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