Re: [76attendees] RFID experiment suggestions

Joe Hildebrand <joe.hildebrand@webex.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 04:17 UTC

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I've found that if you grab the reader, and move it to where you badge is,
you don't bang the mic into your eye.


On 11/9/09 9:54 AM, "Ole Jacobsen" <ole@cisco.com> wrote:

> What we need is those retractable thingys for our badge holders, as
> seen at RIPE and APNIC meetings. Another "sponsorship opportunity"
> I guess :-)
> 
> Ole
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> Cisco Systems
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