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Freaks & Breeks© on CSI

Barcode technology keeps making cameo appearances in popular TV shows and movies, which is rather thrilling to us breeks© (barcode geeks). Last week on the CSI episode “Freaks & Geeks”, a barcode was the critical piece of evidence for identifying a killer. Read More »

System ID Holds 2nd Annual Super Barcode Training Camp

Date: October 21, 2011 A.D. Location: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX Time: 9:00 a.m. It was a beautiful day; a bit warmer than expected, but beautiful none the less. The sun was out, the birds were chirping, and people were trickling into the stadium. This was the setting of the Second Annual Super Barcode Training Camp. Read More »

Symbol Barcode Scanner, Batter Up!

OK, I know what you’re thinking. You’ve seen these videos before. Someone drops a mobile computer off of a building or runs over it with a car and the device not only looks fine, but is fully functional as well. While effective, and probably a little closer to reality than hitting it with a bat, it is not nearly as ... Read More »

Motorola’s New Enterprise Android Tablet vs. iPad2

Wow! The Motorola ET1 Enterprise Android Tablet is the coolest thing I have seen in the AIDC industry since the introduction of RFID (I may be dating myself with that comment). This device may change everything. How we find products or check-out at our local grocery or retail store. How we are admitted and treated bedside in the hospital. Even ... Read More »

Huge Tax Deductions Justify New IT Assets in 2011

Anyone buying technology can take advantage of President Obama’s legislation titled “The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010” to reduce the total cost of operations (TCO) of IT projects. If you are not using this legislation to help justify your next IT project, you’re missing an extremely powerful financial opportunity provided by the federal government. Read More »

You put a QR code Where?

So, the general belief is that when we pass from this life, our belongings, our “stuff”, doesn’t go with us. We leave it all behind and the memory of who we once were is carried on in our loved ones’ hearts. Generations later, we are someone’s mysterious ancestors, with little more than a name marked on stone with dates of ... Read More »