Wouter Groeneveld

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Wouter Groeneveld is software ingenieur en onderzoeker verbonden aan de KU Leuven die zichzelf ook gediplomeerd brood- en banketbakker mag noemen. Naast zijn nauwelijks controleerbare obsessie voor brood heeft hij een passie om kennis te delen. Hij bakt en woont in Hasselt met zijn vrouw Kristien en kater Muesli, die zuurdesembrood verkiest boven kattenvoer.

Designing websites with accessibility in mind

In my last post about webdesign called “tracking and privacy on websites”, I ended with a list of things you need to take into account when building a website - of which accessibility is one that is most often overlooked. Something I’m also guilty of. Here’s my own howto report and effort to open up Brain Baking for everyone, learning how to design websites with accessibility in mind.
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The Multi-Hyphen Method by Emma Gannon
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Aristotle’s Way by Edith Hall
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So many interesting topics such as the chapter on leisure time feel like a missed opportunity to me. It starts out very promising but the discussion is quickly reduced in a single-dimensional 'TV shows are entertaining and educational too' statement. ...more
Aristotle's Way by Edith Hall
"When writing a book like this, there’s a fine line between 1) staying true to the philosophical complexity of the original thinker, and 2) presenting those views in a simplified manner for popular consumption. Edith Hall perhaps leans a little too fa" Read more of this review »
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Examined Lives by James  Miller
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It took me almost two months to get halfway this book. I finally gave up and it feels good. While the subject is extremely appealing to me, the implementation of the idea is very poor. Miller's academic background is no longer a background but someth ...more
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A Job to Love by The School of Life
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However much I love whatever The School of Life brings forth, this small booklet did not appeal to me. Especially the exercises, which I thought are a simple filler with boring questions such as 'think back, what did you like in your childhood? Do th ...more
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The Meaning of Rice by Michael Booth
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Sushi and Beyond by Michael Booth
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Although not as clever as Booth his report on French cuisine, it was still highly entertaining to read. It somehow felt less consistent with different chapters spanning across the book being separate mini stories tied together using a shared theme, i ...more
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Sourdough by Robin Sloan
Sourdough
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As I am a software engineer, and I bake sourdough bread as a hobby, I had exceptional expectations from this book, that turned out into a slight disappointment (I saw it coming but I closed my eyes nonetheless...) The short and witty writing style go ...more
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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Alchemist
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A classic short tale that activates the reader's self-reflective mind (hopefully). It certainly did it here, except that I got a bit bummed out with the whole 'turning-into-wind' thing in one of the later chapters, where things got a bit too woozy fo ...more
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