There is none. The world of online marketing is messed up and we don't want to take part in the tracking fever. Instead we intend to spend the effort on just making amazing content and letting word of mouth pick up from there.
We don't promise anything because it's run on a volunteer basis but we have a newsletter that is used for new material announcements.
We mainly rely on plausible.io (not google). This tracking service does anonymous tracking of the pages. You can read their data policy. One of the great features of plausible is that we can be transparent in what data we collect. If you want to see what we're tracking, you can see everything that we see in our open dashboard.
Note that vimeo also does some light tracking on view counts.
There's a lot of tools out there but we'll list a few below.
We also have some hardware that we use.
Currently we use the mac ecosystem heavily, odds are that we'll switch to a linux based system in the future.
It could be your internet connection. If that is the case you might want to select a lower video resolution.
It has also been suggested that it might be that adblock slows down vimeo. We can't say for sure but unblocking this website seems to make an improvement.
We're currently paying the hosting fees out of pocket and we would need to upgrade our vimeo subscription. This would get costly. We are tracking the feature as a github issue that helps us measure how many people request this feature but in the meantime you might enjoy this chrome extension. It should allow you to control the playback speed on the videos on this website.
We're optimising for the desktop experience since that's what you'll be programming from. You can definitely see the website on mobile, but you may need to scroll a bit more. A better experience for mobile is on the to-do list but with low priority.
It's somewhere on the to-do list but content has a higher priority. In the meantime you may enjoy the darkreader browser extension.
You wouldn't be reading this if it were. We do ping the site for uptime and have an open dashboard.
Just remember that inspiration only works if you customise it.
Just remember to never go overboard on colors.