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Talking Points 2 is an open-source project whose purpose is to assist visually-handicapped individuals in navigating a city through the use of Bluetooth beacons placed inside points of interest. When in the vicinity of a beacon, the software will query a remote database, using the beacon's unique MAC address as key. The returned information will be displayed, as well as read to the user through the use of text-to-speech. Prototypes are being coded coded in Java and Python for S60.
IntroductionWhen starting to use Airfoil (a tool to stream music to different computers in the network, see http://rogueamoeba.com/airfoil/), the limitations of the Bonjour protocol (formerly known as Rendezvous) become very annoying. The Bonjour protocol is designed to only recognize network entities within the own subnet. Hence, when your computer is behind a router within a bigger network, it is not easily possible to access other computers outside your own subnet. For this problem Bonjour Be