Monthly Archives: June 2007
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There was great news today on the insanity that is the Julie Amero conviction: A judge has granted a new trial to Julie Amero, a former substitute teacher in Norwich, Connecticut who was convicted in January on four felony counts of risking injury to minors after she was unable to prevent pornographic pop-ups from showing […]
I ran in to a situation recently where I had a big mess of code written in Java that I really wanted to call from a client-side web application. I could wrap said code up in a servlet, but that would be a lot of work. As it turns out, you can call methods on […]