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10/13/2010 02:49 PM EDT
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goliath
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re: Thinfilm, Xerox PARC team on polymer memory
goliath   12/22/2011 3:47:29 PM
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I have read a similar article to this on ning.spruz.com. It seems to be alike minded with several new importances.

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jcog123   10/13/2010 6:46:02 PM
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bla bla bla printable electronic, bla bla bla rfids. Enough articles just make them already.

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re: Thinfilm, Xerox PARC team on polymer memory
selinz   10/13/2010 5:28:01 PM
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Time for Big-brother sci-fi conspirists to start waving the danger flag. With rf ID's already so prevalent, putting readers in peoples' pockets could result in MMmm. Wonder what size those pants are, and what did that person just buy? as they walk by... also "read that person's id..."

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