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05/14/2013

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Chris Johnson

Building and maintaining a shared database using in house content.

http://underground-philosophy.com/2010/12/student-resistance-the-re-awakening-of-british-youth/#comments

RFID technology is based on tiny silicon RFID chips that in small numbers are already being inserted into product packaging, uniforms, smart cards, pets, shoes, and even people. The chips are passive, meaning they do not transmit data but rather must be scanned to retrieve data stored on the RFID chip. This wireless scanning makes location of products easy, and paying via these RFID chips is as easy as a wave of the hand.

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