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Many of the files available on this website are large and download slowly over slow connection. In addition to software downloads, this is also true for certain multimedia files such as MP3 and JPG files.
We do not wish to cause you any privacy or security concerns, and adhere to the following policies:
We place no cookies on your computer.
We do not gather any private information about you and we will not furnish any personal information you send to us to any third party without your permission.
When users of my programs or databases ask a question on how to make the program or database perform properly, I often include these questions and my responses in the user's manual, the Readme file, or other help files for the specific programs etc. This is intended to benefit other users of these programs. However, I remove all personal information so that the originator of the question cannot be identified and the response is generic.
In developing software offered on this web site, I have strived to prevent the introduction of potentially harmful or unexpected behaviors or viral infections. No software on this website intentionally includes any adware or spyware. However, all downloadable files, databases, and programs are provided as-is and without warranty, explicit or implicit.
All photographs and art works or graphics that we have created and placed on this website are copyrighted and may not be used for commercial purposes or on other websites without permission of the photographer or artist. If persons are included in the image, the subjects should also be asked for permission where feasible.
Photographic images, graphics, and texts that we have downloaded from other sites should be used only with proper acknowledgement of the original source and in accordance with copyright information stated at the site of origin.
All computer software and databases provided on this website have been created and developed by Michael McGoodwin (MCM) unless otherwise indicated, and are copyrighted freeware for noncommercial use only. Please see the individual webpages for more detailed descriptions regarding copyright, mechanism for licensing commercial use, etc.
All summaries and original articles on this website are copyrighted and may be used for noncommercial uses only. Summaries of copyrighted books written by outside authors are presented as helpful guides to reading and learning about the books indicated, and are not intended to circumvent your purchasing the books. We have attempted to ensure that all summaries of books under copyright fall within fair use guidlelines. If you are an author and believe otherwise, please let us know.
The McGoodwin.NET logo incorporates our original rendition of the Trillium ovatum, a lovely but increasingly rare flower found in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. It is one of the earliest woodland flowers to appear in the spring. It is also known as the coast trillium, or more colorfully as the Western Wake Robin (because it "wakes" the robins in the spring). We are always pleased to encounter one of these jewels of the forest.