We go in circles at night . . .


The experience of our generation: That capitalism will die no natural death.

--Walter Benjamin, Notes to Theses on the Philosophy of History

I am Neil Moore, and welcome to my web site. That's all I really wanted to say.

If you are really bored and want some personal information about me, you should perhaps consider looking at my personal information page. If you feel compelled to give me money in exchange for services rendered, take a look at my résumé.

I have written a few somewhat-useful programs in Perl, C, C++, and Java. You can find them (albeit without much documentation) somewhere around here.

For a few pages that don't fit anywhere else, and some out-of-date pages that I don't feel like deleting, look in the closet.

This site was created with XEmacs, version 21.4.18 and VIM, version 6.4. I edit it on dirac, my computer. Most of the pictures at the tops of various pages were taken with a digital camera or webcam, or were drawn by Michael Slone. The site is hosted by Wendell Wilson Consulting.

This page, as well as the others at this site, should comply with the W3 Consortium's HTML 4.0 specification. Compliance is verified by the W3C's Validation Service, although you may be viewing this page between validations (last validation: 14 April 2003). This site's appearance has been tested with Mozilla Firebird 0.8, Emacs-W3 4.0pre.46, ELinks 0.9.1, w3m 0.5.1, and lynx 2.8.6dev.4. If you find it to be unreadable or ugly with your browser (including speech-based browsers), let me know (and, if it's available for Linux, tell me where I can find a copy of your browser). Style sheets may be found in style/fixed.css and style/nfm.css.

Last Modification: 16 August 2007.
Previous Modification: 31 January 2006.

If you are using a CSS-equipped visual browser, modifications made between these two dates will be marked. Things added since the `Previous Modification' will be marked in purple; things changed will be marked in blue. Changes or additions within a paragraph usually have their backgrounds marked; paragraph-wide changes and addition of new paragraphs will be indicated by a bar in the left margin.

Neil Moore
Student, Uni of Kentucky