Sir TapTap is a gaming Youtuber and full stack web developer for this very site by night, and Programmer/Systems Analyst by day, which explains why I’m so tired.
This site’s a one man job other than guest posts. My Patreon supporters help keep the lights on, thank all of you so much!
What’s a TapTap? It’s a Mario enemy. Yoshi’s Island was very impactful to me as a kid (and my first game along with Donkey Kong Country!). Naming my YouTube channel after them seemed only appropriate.
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Epic Games creator tag: SIRTAPTAP (Fortnite, Epic Games)
Parker is my cat and a favorite of my fans. We think he’s at least part Norwegian Forest Cat because of his big fluffy ruff. He’s extremely ‘helpful’ when I’m gaming, recording, working, or basically doing anything.
My email for business or site-related contact is [email protected].
This site uses ads to fund servers (and myself). Ads are currently only on “guide” pages, as they are both the highest effort for myself and the highest traffic. Navigation pages will not have ads. Ads are all served from Google Adsense to avoid intrusive advertising such as bitcoin miners, autoplay audio, pop ups and the like.
I’ll never block you from using the site for using ad blockers, but it’d be great if you could support my Patreon campaign as compensation if you do. I’m also testing ad-free logins for my Patreon supporters.
This site uses Google Analytics which collects some anonymized visitor info, and Google Analytics has an opt-out plugin (almost every site uses GA, so if you want to opt out, it’s important to use!). Other than that the only information I gather is emails for voluntary email subscriptions and voluntary push notification registrations; both can be canceled at any time.
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