Guest lecturer, Department of Computer Science, The University of Hong Kong.
And here it is the "official" homepage which may look better.
Okay, I've met the requirements that contact information should be posted prominently in my homepage. Now I'm getting informal.
You can find me on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/clyip/
This section is last updated on 2018-06-04[Mon].
Good day! I'm 葉志立 YIP Chi Lap [Beta]. Nice to meet you here.
This homepage was first designed in about 1995, and improvements, if any, was only incremental. So, you can probably find a lot of history (and dead links) here.
Actually, you can find all sorts of thing that should not be done in modern-day web page development:
table-based layout, inconsistent page styles, outdated information, dead links,
and whatever hideous things that may make current web site developer sigh.
Okay, I kind of revamped it in 2018. View the past versions of this page if you enjoy the ugly. 20210111 20201123 20200625 20200608 20190614 20190603 20190105 20180604 20171218 20170606 20161106 20160601 20151030 20150609 20141031 20140603 20130604 20120531 20120108 20110924 20110901 20110615 20110507 20110122 20100909 20100708 20100519 20090910 20090719 20081014 20080616 20080517 20080305 20071224 ...well, I have not kept older versions of my page...
Welcome to my homepage. The Copyright message is at the end of this page. I don't really need disclaimers, but it's nice if you like this "standard" disclaimer I got from the net.
Here is a list of software I recommend. Most of them are free. For those commercial products, I've tried them out and like them.
Note that these were written in 2003 or earlier. Yet's it's interesting to find that some of the software listed are still useful or even popular.
Beta's original stuff!
Beta's original photo collection!
some flower photos!
You like flowers too? I have a set of new flower photos, just see when I'll have the time to scan them in and place them on the web.
Let the network tell you the solution to your problem -- or how to find it -- or how to forget your problem.
This page contains pointers to network search engines and library access information.
Long story short: I helped starting the Multimedia Computing and Applications course with Prof. Ben Kao, and established a Multimedia Lab using a Teaching Development Grant with Dr. Nathaniel Phillips of Music department.
Now the course has been killed and the lab is defunct.
Yes it's history. Talk to me, or view the past versions of this page (links at top of this page) for more hints on the lab.
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