Sticky's Web Page - it's the Spotted Stick!
Sticky in a famous painting,
Long tongued
flying squirrel
, out back
groovy smoking jacket
"  sled dog
- Civil War-era tintype
summer 2010
getting shaggy, Oct. 2011
& Peter Lawford
shopping for a new bed
Sticky's Castle - Scottish getaway
deep sea diver
-er, dog - Sticky rides his motorcycle
of 2012
Stick-tanic in 3D
Rat patrol
Sticky leaks
Walking "small"
Sir Stick-a-lot
Mask of Zorro
, 2012
The Time Tunnel
sand box
Tobacco road - Sticky's mug shot
and Bunnyfoot
hockey Stick
in a store
Weird Stickers
Saintly Sticky (in church)
- gobble gobble
Bound for glory
(flightless bird)
Gun fight at "S.T." corral
13th birthday Aug. 25, 2016
pink mohawk .  haircut
flea circus
Sticky's island
Stickyland fantasy theme park
, autumn 2014
on Mars
Sticky's sister
Privacy Policy
coming soon ... the new "Sticky Forum" has a privacy statement
Google's little dog
cartoon was very good (summer 2013)
Sticky's red boots
Tonight Show with Sticky Toffee
castle moat - a 2017 picture
baseball .jersey
autumn 2016 .picture
trees down in a
, May 2018
The bunny rabbit
, 2015
Sticky Wiki - the "Sticky Wiki" is not ready, but we do have a forum page!
"Sticky" greeting cards
out back, summer 2016
Some links we used to check from time to time included the EPIC. and Privacy International web pages, and the "Computers, Freedom and Privacy"
series of conferences.
For the longest time Sticky didn't have a privacy policy per se and we did not keep detailed records of who accessed these
pages. When the interactive "Sticky Forum" started in 2019 there was a policy of sorts because the phpBB software comes
with one.  Regardless, Yahoo and Microsoft, Facebook Corp., Apple and other entities which you may encounter
will probably
keep tracking you
with cookies and "user profiles" and advanced database tools.  Just as an example these pages are hosted at
Yahoo (now part of Verizon Corp.'s "Oath") and their service policy is pretty weird: they want to track everything and their
A.I. scans all the e-mail on their servers. And what happens when the company goes down or it gets sold, and you didn't read
the fine print... what are your rights then???
 Before posting personal information on international networks, you may want to
ask your parents, teachers or friends who work in IT for advice and guidance.  This stuff is never really "free".
See also "When a Company Is Put Up for Sale, in Many Cases, Your Personal Data Is, Too" in the June 29, 2015 edition of
New York Times, p.B1 ... a simple text-only transcript of this article is here.
Most items copyright (C) 2012, Sticky Toffee Co.  Send e-mail to "roman" at stickydoggy dot com
Sticky Wiki
In recognition of his amazing ability to chase fire trucks, Sticky was made an "honorary Dalmatian" at the local fire hall here in Toronto, Canada.
Sticky on Canada Day