What We Do to Protect Your Privacy

As owners of this website (and others we own), we do everything we possibly can to keep your information private.  We are all subject to the terms and conditions of the web browser and search engines you choose to use, however, it’s important to us that you feel comfortable visiting our website.

Although this site is about using games and team building, one thing is a fact:  We do not sell or trade or do anything else with your personal information other than work real hard to build a good healthy relationship with you, our honored visitors.  No one else will get your personal information from us without your permission except in the cases when we need to do what you have requested – for instance when we are processing information for purchases you may make on this website.

Visiting our website is a completely free service for all visitors while we blog our hearts out to express our own opinions.

If you hang around, we want you to feel that our content is interesting and inspiring.  To that end, we want you to come back often.  And participate!  And you can feel free doing so in privacy.


To give you full disclosure about what we are doing on this site, we do earn a few pennies every time you click on the advertiser links but we still can’t and won’t know who you are.  Some of the links are products that we promote because we completely believe in their worth.  If you click on those links, you are exercising your own rights to pursue content and neat stuff that should make your life better, but we will not be capturing private information about you.  

The affiliate products we promote may take you to websites where they use cookies or programming scripts so they can track visitors just like we do.  This kind of  tracking is done directly by the third parties through their own servers and is subject to their own privacy policies.

Those Things Called Web Beacons and Cookies
This website often uses research (mostly through Google Analytics) about visitors’ history with our site so that we can better serve you with content customized to your interests or concerns. Again, Google gives us numbers but no names or emails or phone numbers or home addresses or family history or medical records or anything else that might make you feel uncomfortable.

Companies That Advertise
Any advertisements on our site which are placed by Google or Yahoo may be controlled using cookies. These cookies allow Google and Yahoo to display ads based on your visits to this site and other sites that use Google or Yahoo advertising services. As already mentioned, any tracking done by Google and Yahoo through cookies is subject to the privacy policies put out by Google and Yahoo.

If you want to opt out of the use of cookies, you can click on Google ad and content network privacy policy.

If you have concerns or questions about this privacy page please add your comments and we will reply to you for any clarification needed.

Phew.  Content on this page is definitely not fun.  There’s gotta be a game idea in here somewhere but I sure couldn’t find it!

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