Welcome to a personal (probably a little blog-like) site of R. Moorman. It is mostly about … well … getting things off my stack - sharing them with those who find them useful or interesting.
My name is Rico Moorman, a happy human being, married with children and living in The Netherlands. Things I find interesting encompass, but are not limited to
- computer science … being especially interested in programming
- learning about as much as possible
- drawing and visual art in general
- philosophy and reasoning about the world, life … well actually everything
First of all, this site is best viewed in
modern browsers (which includes the most recent version of IE too as it seems). Only very little effort has been made to make this site compatible to other browsers than the latest and greatest of Google Chrome, Chromium, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Because of the rather
flat nature of this site, there is not much to explain of course. For the people who are interested or lost, however, I want to share a few words on the structure and what can be found where though.
The layout of this site (in case you visit it with a visual browser) consists of two main parts.
On the left you will always find a link to the root of the website called
/. Just below that you find a collection of links to the main sections of the site. Furthermore most pages have a table of contents which can be found right below those links.
On the right you will find the content of the page in question. You can read it if you want.
For the ones without a visual browser I structured the pages with the page’s contents on top. The link to the site root and the table of contents are the last items on the page.
This website is currently divided into a few sections. Those can be found (as mentioned already) within the sidebar right below the root-link.
Just see for yourself what’s in there …
There is really not much more to this site than mentioned above. As I just got started with writing things down this way, there still is much to be written.
Keep that in mind and maybe come back later if you want.
But most of all, enjoy your stay.
by Rico Moorman (rico.moorman @ gmail.com) - -