We want you and everyone else to be able to share your experiments and stories, and show people how much fun it can be to have a go!
To make this site a positive experience for everyone, there are some simple guidelines that must be followed.
The opinions expressed on this website, through experiments or comments, are entirely the responsibility of the contributors.
We may not agree with some things that are posted, so we obviously can’t endorse any views expressed, but we do want to keep it open and fair for everyone. And of course we can’t provide any endorsement of any products or services mentioned on the site.
If someone’s being abusive, defamatory, obscene, violating trademark or copyright laws, or otherwise generally behaving in an unacceptable fashion, then we are most likely going to either delete or edit that message. Repeat trouble makers will have their account frozen or deleted.
No spam will be tolerated on this weblog. Messages that contain advertising for purely commercial reasons will be removed.
That said, you may post commercially-oriented comments on blog posts when, and only when:
1. The product is directly relevant to the topic of the post;
2. The person posting the comment clearly discloses their relationship with the company/product (i.e., “I work for company XYZ, and thought that our ABC product was relevant to this discussion”).
Please don’t just post a press release or company blurb as a comment - take the time to craft a personal and authentic response to the topic/post.
To make it as easy as possible for you to post a comment, we don’t ask for registration before you can post a comment. We’d appreciate if you don’t abuse this by keeping a consistent identity across posts. It would be tops if you could provide a genuine email address (which is only seen by us) so that we may get in touch with you if the need arises - for example to get more information about your ideas.