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  1. #1
    NoSpam
    Guest
    It can be quite funny on crowded Tube trains, platforms and escalators
    sending business cards (not one's own) to random people whose phones are
    permanently Bluetooth-discoverable. Given that they are underground, the
    recipients always look very confused about how they could have received a
    business card and then start to look around for clues as to where the
    message came from.

    How easy would it be to write a Java application for the T610 to constantly
    search for Bluetooth-enabled phones in the vicinity and then automatically
    send a certain business card to all phones that it finds? Then you could
    leave your phone in your pocket while all these confused people around you
    receive business cards.






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  2. #2
    mp3emporium
    Guest

    Re: Broadcasting business cards via Bluetotooth from T610

    oh yeah hilarious that one...


    "NoSpam" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > It can be quite funny on crowded Tube trains, platforms and escalators
    > sending business cards (not one's own) to random people whose phones are
    > permanently Bluetooth-discoverable. Given that they are underground, the
    > recipients always look very confused about how they could have received a
    > business card and then start to look around for clues as to where the
    > message came from.
    >
    > How easy would it be to write a Java application for the T610 to

    constantly
    > search for Bluetooth-enabled phones in the vicinity and then automatically
    > send a certain business card to all phones that it finds? Then you could
    > leave your phone in your pocket while all these confused people around you
    > receive business cards.
    >
    >
    >



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  3. #3
    Steve Parry
    Guest

    Re: Broadcasting business cards via Bluetotooth from T610

    In news:[email protected],
    NoSpam <[email protected]> fumbled, fiddled and fingered:
    > It can be quite funny on crowded Tube trains, platforms and

    escalators
    > sending business cards (not one's own) to random people whose

    phones
    > are permanently Bluetooth-discoverable. Given that they are
    > underground, the recipients always look very confused about how

    they
    > could have received a business card and then start to look

    around for
    > clues as to where the message came from.
    >
    > How easy would it be to write a Java application for the T610

    to
    > constantly search for Bluetooth-enabled phones in the vicinity

    and
    > then automatically send a certain business card to all phones

    that it
    > finds? Then you could leave your phone in your pocket while

    all
    > these confused people around you receive business cards.


    .... and kind of ironic that you chose to use the name NoSpam
    given that you want to spam people with your business card?


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