What is a “Cookie”?
Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. Cookies help to make browsing easier.
You can disable cookies from being stored on your computer in your Web Browser’s settings. However, this may impact certain functionality of this site.
We use a service called “Google Analytics” to help us understand our audience. Google Analytics records Anonymous usage information as you browse the site.
We use this information to learn about our visitors and improve the site.
No personally identifiable information is collected.
What cookies do we use?
Cookies are not required to use the majority of this site. However, disabling cookies may affect site functionality.
Here is a list of first party cookies we use, and their functions.
__utma– This cookie is used to record the number of times you’ve visited the site, to see if you’re a new visitor, or a returning one. It also records the number of times you’ve visited in total. This will expire after 2 years from not being updated.
__utmb– This cookie is used to determine the amount of time you’ve visited for. It expires after 30 minutes from being updated.
__utmc– This cookie is also used to determine the time you’ve visited for. It expires immediately when you close the tab.
__utmz– This cookie stores information about how you found the site, such as where you clicked a link from, or what you searched to find us (such as “Folk band”, or “Gentlemen of Few”). This expires after 6 months from being updated.