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» Unhappy Objects from WorldChanging: Another World Is Here
Nice brief posting over at the Future Salon blog about RFID tags, the little radio-responsive chips increasingly used by companies such as WalMart to keep track of inventory. It's not a full-blown proposal, more of an insightful observation, but it... [Read More]

» Intelligent objects versus unhappy objects from RFIDbuzz.com
Bill Grosso: ''I don't really care much for Wal-mart's inventory problems. RFID could solve my inventory problems.'' [Read More]

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