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Week 33, Posted Monday 8/19/2019

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Week 33, Posted Monday 8/19/2019

Content changes every Monday @ 1AM!! Check back once per week. Learn! Review! Test Yourself!

FAQ of the Week
Question:

What is the origin of the Bluetooth name?



Answer:

The Bluetooth SIG adopted the name in honor of the tenth-century Vicking king Harold Blatand (Bl�tand) nicknamed King Harold Bluetooth. He is known for uniting Denmark and Norway (the Bluetooth technology was invented in now Swedish Scania -- Denmark). Likewise, Bluetooth is intended to unify different technologies including computers and phones. The Bluetooth logo merges the Nordic runes analogous to the modern Latin H and B.

Tip of the Week
Tip:

To extend the life of your battery, drain it completely and then charge it for 14 hours.

Definition of the Week

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Link of the Week
Top 10 Things That Annoy Programmers

I recommend Kevin William Pang's article because, among several other good things, he points out what is probably the number one killer of programmer productivity - interruptions.

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Q&A: Bluetooth Origin
Question:

What is the origin of the Bluetooth name?

Answer:

The Bluetooth SIG adopted the name in honor of the tenth-century Vicking king Harold Blatand (Bl�tand) nicknamed King Harold Bluetooth. He is known for uniting Denmark and Norway (the Bluetooth technology was invented in now Swedish Scania -- Denmark). Likewise, Bluetooth is intended to unify different technologies including computers and phones. The Bluetooth logo merges the Nordic runes analogous to the modern Latin H and B.

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #100830, KB Topic: Power User Info
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