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Reader Comments on Aardvark Daily 12 Dec 2000

From: Joe Dydowicz
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: Ability for cellphones to perform a close-range wireless
      exchange of virtual business cards.

>I'm talking about the ability for cellphones to perform a
>close-range wireless exchange of virtual business cards. 

The Nokia 7110 (WAP enabled) does the exact thing stated
above via its internal infared link (oviously to a
compatiable phone or computer)




From: Rob Morrison
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: cell phones

Yes the Nokia 7110 can already exhange business cards.
I have one of these phones and it does make it a lot easier
if you dont have a card.

The only problem is that not everyone has the phone.




From: Peter
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: Waitakere - Lack of Wideband

If Ambient Design is so concerned about lack of wideband in
Waitakere City, the answer is obvious - come to Wellington
where Citylink and Telstra/Saturn has oodles of bandwidth
and in desirable living areas.




From: Jon White
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: Business Cards

Bruce your idea scares me! Could you imagine what it would
be like walking in to a room full of salespeople and trying
to sort out which cards you do and don't want.

Some Nokia phones allow cards to be exchanged via IR or via
a text message if the phone is GSM.  This is very useful!




From: Matthew
For : The Editor (for publication)
Subj: Business Card exchange

I think you will find that that Nokia 62xx GSM phones allow
infra-red exchange of address book information (and if I
recall correctly - you can even play each other at Snakes
across the room from one another - a thoroughly useful
feature I am sure!)



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