I wish to warn you about Marchon’s Flexon Eyeglass Frames. When you first buy them you will
love them. They are so comfortable, with your eyes closed, you would have trouble
telling if you were wearing them. Going back to conventional frames is like donning
medieval torture devices. The frames are made of titanium memory alloy that remembers
its shape when bent. Unfortunately, the hinges are even more delicate than ordinary
frames so you cannot treat them as roughly as the commercials suggest. I had to take
mine in every month to be repaired. They kept slipping off. What has this to do with
Java? Almost nothing, other than that most Java programmers wear corrective lenses.