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  • Apr
    15
    "RFID Is an Evolutionary Dead End"
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.15.2009
    Tim O'Reilly, founder of O'Reilly Media and coiner of the term "Web 2.0," says we won't need RFID. Here's why he's wrong.
  • Apr
    06
    Companies Will Be Made Stronger by the Current Economic Crisis
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.06.2009
    The RFID industry has matured to the point where it can deliver great cost savings and efficiencies, just when businesses need them the most.
  • Mar
    23
    The RFID Industry Misses the Boat on Food Safety
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.23.2009
    The Obama Administration plans to spend $1 billion on food safety, but the RFID industry is not explaining why some of that money should go to track-and-trace technologies.
  • Mar
    20
    2
    NAIS Shows How Government Takes the Wrong Approach
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.20.2009
    Pressing small farmers to tag every chick is not the best way to track animal disease and reduce outbreaks of food-borne illness.
  • Mar
    11
    And Now for Some Good News
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.11.2009
    GlobeRanger and Sirit have brought some welcome financial optimism to the RFID industry.
  • Mar
    04
    Raising RFID's Profile With Movers and Shakers
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.04.2009
    A high-profile project showcased at next year's World Economic Forum might be just the thing to make the people who matter understand how radio frequency identification can change the world.
  • Mar
    04
    RFID Stalwart Joins RFID Global Solutions
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.04.2009
    In the middle of a recession, most people prefer to hang on to whatever job they have, and if they do move, it's not usually to a much smaller company. Don't tell that to Joe White.
  • Feb
    10
    Cloning and Reading E-Passports and PASS Cards
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 02.10.2009
    A lot of myths exist regarding RFID's use in identity documents—and erroneous reports of a new hacking demonstration only make the picture cloudier.
  • Jan
    29
    RFID Opponent Joins Ixquick.com
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.29.2009
    A prominent critic of radio frequency identification has joined a privacy search engine—which just happens to promote RFID Journal's Web site.

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