What is an animasci?
Animascis are text animations, like short films made of text. You can create animascis on this web site, use them as animated GIFs and share them on social media.
Description of services
animasci.com is a non commercial web service for creating and sharing text and ASCII animations on the web. There are no charges and no warranties.
- Animations you created either privately or publicly are stored indefinitely.
- In case you accepted the cookie disclaimer banner, that choice is stored in the cb-enabled cookie.
- In case you signed in with a social account, a handle to that account is stored with animascis you create.
- The vendor and version of the browser you use.
- Interactions with the website are stored for 24 hours. After that they are aggregated into usage statistics and deleted.
- Animascis you publish are publicly accessible on the web. I neither have control over- nor do I record any data of who reads your animascis and what they do with them.
- I don't share any data with any one else, such as advertisement agencies.
- I don't get to see your IP address as it's anonymized by the infrastructure provider powering this website
Ownership of animascis
- animascis which you create privately belong to you, only you and nobody else - not even me
- when you publish an animasci on this website, you do this under the Creative Commons CC BY 3.0 license which means that other people and organisations are allowed to use your animascis provided they credit you for it.
- animascis created anonymously (without logging in) may be deleted (if they are obviously nonesense)
- animascis created anonymously (without logging in) may be published if I think they are great and not of personal/private content.
Changes in terms and conditions
- The terms and conditions explained here may change in the future. Since I don't store your emails, I have no way of notifying you - so keep checking this page if you care about such things.
This is a private site run by George Georgovassilis.
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