If someone with Java 1.3 or 1.4 installed on their computer could please download the Windows free trial from the Bingo Card Creator site, install it, and tell me whether you get to the main screen or not, I would be obliged.
I believe the problem was that earlier I had assumed, having set the compiler to use version 1.3 in Eclipse, that I was getting Java 1.3 class files. That worked for a long, long time. Then I made an ant script and, boom, it stopped working the first time I ran the clear target and Ant used the (defaults to 1.6) javac target to make the new build. Of course, having 1.6 on this machine, I never noticed the change.
All I can say is doh!
… make it the Search Value Pyramid graphic from Aaron Wall of SEOBook. It’s so true it hurts, as I have to keep reminding myself every time I slip another place on [bingo cards] (oh no, my traffic numbers!) and gain another place on [need bingo cards for reading class] (oh yes, my wallet!)
I’ll be honest with you: I hate e-books, with a burning passion in my soul. I don’t like reading them — they are inferior, in almost every respect, to a well-designed web page. They typically contain worse information than could be found in a Google search, with a poorer layout and taking less advantage of the ability of your computer to organize information in a non-linear fashion. The promotion of e-books takes heavy advantage of the fact that the cost of reproducing them is zero, and as a result there are untold scads of them which are essentially multi-level marketing schemes, with chains of affiliates seven or eight layers deep. I have had forums which I like succumb to the disease, and its like sitting down at your favorite coffee shop only to be set upon by the local Mary Kay lady.