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by: Bernard Teo

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Mon 08 May 2006


Category : Technology/Bonjour.txt

Bonjour - this time I mean the technology previously know as Rendezvous.

Nathan S. Duran ( writes :

"Given the rapid proliferation of Bonjour savvy applications and hardware, I believe it would make DNS Enabler even more useful if it provided a simple means of accomplishing the configuration required to enable wide area browsing/discovery detailed here:"

Now, I don't know a thing about Bonjour, so Nathan sent me this Google video link, of a talk given by Stuart Cheshire of Apple.

Then things started clicking in my head.

This is a great talk/demo. Watch it - it's about an hour long - and I hope you may start to see all sorts of possibilities, like I did. I never understood what Bonjour means. Until now. Thanks, Nathan for sending this.

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