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Comments on Bradbury's Green Bullet Made Possible With Bluetooth
The new Nextlink Bluespoon 5g cell phone headset is so small, Captain Beatty may not notice it if you wear it while driving the salamander back to the firehouse. (Read the complete story)

"The *green bullet* item also has information about how authors use devices like this in a wise companion mode."
(Bill 4/2/2004 8:32:48 PM)
"Actually, the *green bullet* fit entirely into Montag's ear, and there was no extra unit to keep track of (like the phone itself)."
(Bill 4/2/2004 8:57:57 PM)
"hay need know made bluetooth pleas"
(walid 6/22/2004 2:01:05 PM)
"Who invened Bluetooth "
(sffh 8/22/2004 8:09:18 PM)
"Bluetooth is a networking standard invented in 1994 by L.M. Ericsson of Sweden. It was named after Harald Blaatand "Bluetooth" II, who was the king of Denmark from 940-981 A.D. The basic idea of Bluetooth is that devices that have hardware that supports the standard are able to form ad hoc networks when brought into close proximity (usually 10 feet or less) of each other. Bluetooth has struggled for years as a "solution for which there is no problem" - however, Bluetooth does a great job of connecting the cellphone on your belt with the little earpiece and microphone hanging from your ear, all without wires."
(Bill Christensen 8/23/2004 12:36:37 PM)
"i think more sites should be discovered to enable students like me have a wider mind and coverage on topics concerning inventions and innovations"
(deji george 10/6/2004 2:48:11 AM)

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