And sometimes your wifi disconnects for no apparent reason and you spend days resetting and changing everything about yourself until you realize it was her all along that needed attention. Sooooo you flip her over and stick something in a hole and everything is better for a while, but the cycle begins anew.
I have serious problems connecting to multiple devices at the same time, so I guess I'm bluetooth. Still, when my paired device is out of range, I do find myself scanning for a connection... but I know that would break the pairing with my preferred device, so I just ignore the others
Sexism? I understand those who say that it is, but man / women is only relative.. This is why I choose the "open relationship" option, it's like WI-FI running on N, real good and real stable, and the best part is the "password" option xD
you guys are stupid XD bluetooth and wifi are the same exact thing, only thing is if guys are bluetooth they gotta press the search for devices button if chicks are wifi they already have a library of other possibilities and better things, so dont think you girls are something special your all just conniving and easily figured out.
I don't know about Wi-Fi connecting to the strongest one. Neither do women really go for the strongest guy even metaphorically. Wi-Fi like women connect to the available open networks or to the one they got a passcode. The password doesn't make much sense so stick to the available open networks.
lol the only time bluetooth reconnects to a device is if it knows it. Wifi however will connect to any device that has an open signal, easily. At least bluetooth require a passcode whether its four zeros or not. This whole thing is stupid and backfired to the extreme, seeing as wifi is the one who appears to connect to anything as long as its open, easily. Heck doesnt even matter if the device doesnt have certain capabilities it will try to connect. Bluetooth on the other hand will reject a connection if it doesnt have certain abilities its looking for.
Geek humor by people who are not geeks and clearly have no understanding that this is actually more sexist towards women than men because they also don't understand the technology. Just saying. Don't make me explain myself.
Is it just me or are these analogies backwards? Wi-Fi connects indiscriminately to all the devices it knows about, albeit one at a time, and promiscuously broadcasts data to everyone with the same connection. Bluetooth enters into monogamous, unshared connections, at close range and generally requires explicit permission to do so.
In this and age a More correct analogy would be. Women are like wifi. They will always connect to same device when in range, but when not in range they will happily connect to any device without security.
Men are like bluetooth They will always connect to device they ae paired with, but will keep on looking at any other nearby devices and will accept connection requests.
Bluetooth is pretty easy to understand, as it usually pairs automatically, or takes only a few logical guesses as to how to access it. Wifi often requires a specific, detailed, and complicated passcode to be able to access it. It often takes multiple tries to ensure that everything is input correctly, otherwise it just simply won't communicate with you. And if it doesn't require a password, then this means it will accept any connection and you put your computer at risk of viruses and malware.