It is possible to browse our site without submitting any personal information at all. The personal information you provide
may be utilized to help us customize your online experience.
Presently, users can contact us and provide some of their information through the email address provided in this site.
We will only use the personal identification information you provided in your email to respond to you, in which case
various people may need to see the information you provide in order to respond. If enough questions or comments
come in that are similar, your question (but not your name) may be added to our Questions and Answers (Q&A) section.
We expect to use this information to help us improve our site.
In addition to the information you choose to submit, our systems are set to gather certain anonymous data to help us
better understand how our site is being used and how we can improve it. Such information would include the Uniform
Resource Locator ("URL") or the web site address that referred you to our site, your Internet Protocol ("IP") address
(a number automatically assigned to your computer whenever you surf the web), your operating system and
browser type, and any search terms that you enter on our site. Our web server aggregates the foregoing information
items in order to monitor the level of activity on our site, evaluate its effectiveness, and improve the content of our site
in order to make your visit an easy and enjoyable experience.
We utilize "cookies" on our site. A "cookie" is a small data file transferred to your computer's hard drive that allows a
website to respond to you as an individual, to gather and remember the information about your preferences in order
to tailor its operation to your needs, likes and dislikes. Overall, cookies are safe, as they only identify your computer
to customize your web experience. Accepting a cookie does not provide access to your computer or any personally
identifiable information about you, other than the information you choose to share. Other servers cannot read them,
nor can they be used to deliver a virus. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually adjust yours
(Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator) to notify you of cookie placement requests, refuse certain cookies,
or decline cookies completely.