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March 29, 2010



> These included: a claim on bar codes used in personal ID cards,

Wow, it's like he never saw my driver's license. Or, heck, the badge I have at work for the time clock.

> bar codes that could be combined with e-mail or advertising, and bar codes containing data related to photos or the time and place of meeting.

He must never have visited Japan, either (you photograph certain bar codes and they turn into URLs), or the CueCat (remember when they sent those out for free?), etc.

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