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September 28, 2004

La Ronde

(with apologies to Arthur Schnitzler)

Having swept aside my earlier prudery:

  • My laptop is now paired with my bluetooth headset and my bluetooth phone.
  • My bluetooth phone is paired with my laptop and my bluetooth headset.
  • And the headset is paired with my laptop and my phone.

All very fin de siècle. But with all that pairing going on, there still seems to be a residuum of (serial) monogamy.

If I want to use the headset with my laptop, my phone must be either turned off or out of range. That’s not unreasonable; after all, I can’t expect the headset to function as an input/output device for both the laptop and the phone simultaneously.

But why is it that, if I want to sync the phone with the laptop, I need to turn off the headset first?

Posted by distler at September 28, 2004 1:03 AM

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Re: La Ronde

Maybe your brain-rays are interfering :-)

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