From: JTS - MCDLXXXVI (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 06 2000 - 06:56:06 PDT
On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Adam Rifkin -4K wrote:
> My Bluetooth-enabled mobile device can interact with a Coke machine that
> is also Bluetooth-savvy. I could literally push a button on my phone and
> have the can drop out of the dispenser, without any currency.
> -- Paul Pocialik,
I feel certain someone said it when this first came up, but I can't find
it in the FoRKives. What's the pr0n industry's application of Bluetooth?
They must be the first to integrate the new technology. That's why
smartcards ain't working I guess, it was too hard to implement the card
readers... despite the initial (limited) appeal of the DigitalThong card
reader for strippers. ("Just swipe it down the crack of my a...")
Is short-range wireless really that much more useful or feasible than
universal hands-on transmission? Sure, no one can jam gum in the coin
slot anymore, but really.
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