Bluetooth: What’s in a name?

If you’re like me and many other people there are things that comes around through technology that we enjoy because it makes our lives more comfortable and convenient. We hear and see these items being advertised or we see other people using them and without much thought we end up purchasing the item for our personal use. I’m sure you must have heard about this thing called “Bluetooth” or whatever? Do you even take a moment to think about what it is or how it operates? Even the name sounds so wired that it reminds me of a medical condition, toothache. What do you know about Bluetooth other than having a device with it hanging over your ear or having an electronic device with Bluetooth capability.  Let’s take a moment to get acquainted with Mr. Bluetooth.

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Alumni of the University of Southern California, trained and experienced in healthcare management, pharmacotherapy, business and communication as a former Toastmaster. I like belonging to progressive and problem-solving groups, meeting new people and volunteering. I am a faithful believer and disciple of Jesus Christ because of his atoning sacrifice and unmerited grace offered to humanity. Because of the love of Christ we have hope of salvation from this sinful world. One of my best inspirational biblical quote is "God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble" Psalm 46:1
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