Leonard Chan's Site Archive
Leonard's personal website has had two (major) previous revisions.
For comedic relief, I have preserved (nearly authentic) copies
of them here.
Circa 1994. The "populist" Internet was still young.
HTML was the buzzword of the day, and Leonard Chan's personal webspace
was born. It
was originally hosted on my first ISP's (Uniserve) user webspace.
I think it was designed in Netscape Composer, but I could be wrong.
I've probably spent more time typing this text than I spent working
on the original page. Oh well. =)
The Rewritten One
Circa 1995-2000. The Internet was still young to me. Yet I had no real reason
to post a website. It was still quite cool to have any page of any quality on
the web to call one's own. In this incarnation of my website, I played around
with graphics for the first time, among other... er... innovations. This site
was originally hosted by geocities, who also donated the email address that
I used for several years (and it still works!). I think the launch of this site
coincided with my refering to it as "Leonard Chan's Web Mistake" as well as
it's "easy to remember URL" of http://www.welcome.to/webmistake.
It still works.
That's it. I'm not sure if this site will ever get another major
rewrite. It's actually semi-functional now. I do get archived by
the Internet Archive, so if you really care, you can look there!