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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Warren Ellis tagged spimeworld

"But what if you could give any physical object a story simply by sticking a barcode on it and appending a message to that barcode? The message could be a photo, a text message, a video, or a voice note. All anyone would need to unlock the message is a phone with a special barcode scanning app."

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"NASA Ames and Cisco Systems Inc. are developing "Planetary Skin" -- a marriage of satellites, land sensors and the Internet -- to capture, analyze and interpret global environmental data, using a comprehensive sensor network in rainforests around the world."

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A series of veterinary and toxicology studies, dating to the mid-1990s, stated that chip implants had “induced” malignant tumors in some lab mice and rats.

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Sensors will be fitted to pedestrians and in buses as part of a £4.1m project aiming to measure pollution levels across England.

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Chips in bins which help councils charge for the weight of rubbish collected could be common across the UK within two years: Privacy International, said "Residents need to be aware that once they accept this there is no turning back"

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Thinglink is a free product code for creative work

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“Things”, in the pervasive Internet, will become first-class citizens with which we will interact and communicate

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sixteen instances of midnight engineers implanting RFID tags in their hands

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