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I believe we have enough experience in RFID products :-)

I guess they might be in the run for some future contracts regarding RFID products ...

would be nice

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does somebody know a site where I can read news on my PDA ?

I'm leaving sunday for a week vacation ... right now the fun is going to start, damn

I have a little program for viewing the PPS and bid ask (delayed) but I just want to have a site where I can easely read news, preferrably in text format ...

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not that I know of.......sorry.

any word on when they might release a new web presence with store/order/re-ordering capabilities?

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There is always leaks about news in the company, have u heard any about PR for DDSI?
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I mean any leaks in any company!
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I'm the CEO of my company and I just had a leak...ppphhhhrrrrbbbttt!!!
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Piuuuuu!!!
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I'm wonder if DDSI is still restricted for on-line buying!
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Almost 50 million volume thats a positive change.

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But still at .0001, don't know
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No restrictions on online buying. I had bought 7m yesterday online thru izone.
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Schwab is still restricting Buying & Selling.

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Wonder why ??
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looks like a bundle of shares have been trading hands this afternoon. vol. is up over 70mln and counting. thoughts?
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Well, volume ended pretty high. And we ended at .0002.

O.K. I guess

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I thought there would be more shares trading and a move upwards this week after the 10q but I have not lost faith that a move will come just not sure when. A news release of some significance would be a nice test right now. I am going to hold onto my shares and not jump ship like so many others. We'll see what happens.
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quote:
Originally posted by gatorhistory:
looks like a bundle of shares have been trading hands this afternoon. vol. is up over 70mln and counting. thoughts?

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My izone account shows a close of 0.0001

Here are details from the account :
Moving Average 50-day 0.00
Moving Average 200-day 0.00
Vol Average 50-day 73,223,300
Vol Average 200-day 163,684,400
52-wk high (3/9/2006) 0.01
52-wk low (8/17/2006) 0.00
Bid n/a
Ask n/a
Market Cap 786,802
Shares Outstanding 7,868,016,000
Current P/E Ratio 0.01

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Man! that .01 52-wk high looks nice. When was that? anybody knows?
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Might be one of those false spikes on 3/9/2006
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And suddenly one fine day, your account value shows like a zillion dollars, while the bid/ask remains at 0.0001/0.0002
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I think I remember that! it was a flash one! but still waiting to that happen, let's get some news on monday.
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quote:
Originally posted by bksundar:
Might be one of those false spikes on 3/9/2006

No, daily values are saved at the end of the day. So, a false spike during trading hours isn't recorded in the 52 high and low- only closing numbers.

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Yeah, they are putting together the pr and the new web site. I can feel it in my bones.

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WOW! [Eek!] 9,568,806,013 O/S [Eek!] (as of 8/4/06 )....Nothing will move this POS... [Razz]
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We have a basher who just registered and already staring trouble !!! SPAM ALERT ....
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All vampires get a little grumpy after accidentally sucking Janet Reno's blood.
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yeah...I've seen stocks with higher O/S move significantly higher than where we are now with no revenue history and just false promises. once this takes off, and with the accumulation that it's been undergoing, it should move like a juggernaut (hopefully).

all IMO of course.

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I have lot riding on this one. 14m at 0.0002
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Volume 84,043,600 . Closing price .0001 .

From what I can see from the Time & Sales Report most were at .0001 . This would lead me to believe that more investors got impatient and sold or MM's exchanging shares. I know I have not yet been filled at .0001 for some time and I doubt anyone has.

Like I said before price of admitance is .0002 . Way I see it... better to get rid of the flippers early for a better run.

Volume keeps increasing as each day goes by which can only mean that once we get the PR should be alot more volume. I think its like double the volume from yesterday.

I am expecting either a PR 10Q run or an MM induced run... hopefully soon.

I must say, not a bad day at all. Biggest volume we'd had for some time now. IMHO this can only get better.

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quote:
Originally posted by brackep:
RFID products by DDSI/CGM:

http://www.cgmsecuritysolutions.com/sw/swchannel/productcatalogcf_v2/internet/mo del.asp?ProductMasterID=116505&ParentID=23600&q=RFID&mnf=all&SWSESSIONID=zchphhz pzpcucs

print out of the above link:

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ALLIANCE WITH PRECISIA, LLC, SUBSIDIARY OF FLINT INK CORPORATION

CGM Security Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of RFID circuits to our product line.

PRECISIA was launched as a roll form manufacturer of additive RFID circuits in late 2003 by Flint Ink. They have now come on board with full manufacturing capability including chip bonding, reading and inspection equipment, laminations and multi-color flexo printing.

CGM has been authorized to represent PRECISIA to the industry for security labels and seals using RFID technology. By combining our respective manufacturing know-how, we can collectively help our clients through the maze of RFID science. We are able to separate the viable industrial applications for RFID from much of the misinformation that is rampant in the marketplace. By offering RFID and security seals as a combination product platform, we are able to address issues of inventory control while assisting in identifying product authenticity, diversion and physical containment. CGM and PRECISIA have formed this strategic alliance to compliment our other working arrangements with Flint Ink on authentication through the use of inks and ink technologies.

CGM has a long history of the sales and development of conductive inks, membrane switches, EAS and related additive circuitry products. These products have now lead to the development of smart labels and tags as well as other data transit and retention techniques through the use of passive RFID.

Intelligent packaging has its limitations and certainly its benefits. RFID used in tags, tickets, ID cards and even security labels affords the user the ability to carry unique data, with the product for a multitude of applications. Real estate on many pharmaceutical labels is limited, however through the use of RFID; information can be brought to users when and where needed with little change to the cosmetic appearance of the label itself. The use of RFID on inserts and outserts provides manufacturers the ability to track and trace products and to identify them for any reason. Reducing mistakes, increasing throughput speed make RFID technology the cutting edge in roll form label applications. By combining our other unique authentication solutions such as IZON, PolarCode, Secure ID and self voiding seals with RFID, CGM can offer a wide array of potential physical forms and appearance for this technology.

For questions or quotations, please call Erik Hoffer at 941 575 0243 or email him at tamperguru*comcast.net.

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In this part they talk about Secure ID:

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By combining our other unique authentication solutions such as IZON, PolarCode, Secure ID and self voiding seals with RFID, CGM can offer a wide array of potential physical forms and appearance for this technology.

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Excellent Brackep. This may be very good for this company now with all this airport security. Imagine if they a few more US contracts? Oh, the posibilities...

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips

a key part of the global surveillance society

a technological advancement over Nazi tatooing of prisoners




RFID chip


Revelation 13:16-18

16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.


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Radio Frequency ID chips will soon be in cash, credit cards, your drivers license, cheap crap at grocery stores, cars, car tires, possibly under your skin.

Wal-Mart is mandating its adoption by its suppliers, which will force all of corporate "america" to switch from bar codes, which merely track what kind of product something is, with RFID, which uses an 18 digit number to track which specific product it is. Bar codes track an model of car tire, RFID would track the specific tire -- which could then be cross-referenced in the great Homeland Insecurity Totalitarian Information Awareness uber-database. Simple RFID readers will probably be set up just about everywhere that will then read all RFID chips in the vicinity for plugging into the system. This is far, far more intrusive than the nightmarish vision of George Orwell's 1984.

The movie BRAZIL by Terry Gilliam (1985) was a warning about what type of society these sorts of technological slavery systems would create.

RFID chips don't have their own energy source, they are passive. They emit a signal when specific frequencies of radio energy are used to "paint" them. RFIDs contain tiny antennas that receive that RF energy and then re-radiate their encoded information.

The main problem to their widespread adoption is cost (it's too expensive to put them in every cereal box) and the lack of scanning systems to read them in stores. But with mass production and a few billion from Wal-Mart, the military, homeland security grants, and other rulers of the Brave New World Order, these technical obstacles will be overcome soon.

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L.A. County jail tags inmates with RFID
Published: May 17, 2005, 11:45 AM PDT
By Michael Kanellos
Staff Writer, CNET News.com

The next fashion accessory for some inmates at the Los Angeles County jail will be a radio frequency identification bracelet.
The country's largest jail system has launched a pilot project with Alanco Technologies to track inmates using the technology, also known as RFID.
The first phase will involve setting up an RFID system in the 1,800-inmate east facility of the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic, Calif., by fall 2005. If it succeeds, and funding can be obtained, the county will spread the system throughout its prison facilities.
In prison networks with such technology, RFID readers are planted throughout a jail in such large numbers that bracelet-wearing inmates can be continually tracked. When an inmate comes within range of a sensor, it detects his or her presence and records the event in a database. Thus, if an assault occurs at night, prison officials can look at the RFID logs and identify who was at the scene at the time of the incident. Tampering with the bracelet sends an alarm to the system. The system can also warn of gang gatherings.
Orwellian as tagging sounds, inmate violence has declined in prisons where similar RFID systems have been installed, according to Alanco. Guards also wear RFID tags in these facilities.
"The primary concern of the sheriff's department is the safety of both our staff and the inmates housed in our facilities," said Marc Klugman, chief of the Sheriff's Correctional Services Division.
In 2004, there were an estimated five inmate deaths, and injuries to 1,742 inmates and 88 jail staff in the seven facilities that make up the L.A. county jail system, according to the county.
Alanco estimates that the prison system alone could become a billion-dollar market, while jails could account for $500 million to $700 million in revenue.

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I like these calm little moments before the storm... Reminds me of Bethoven

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RFID GazetteRadio Frequency Identification news

August 17, 2006
Big Business In Protecting RFID Cards
With all members of the European Union required to comply by this month (Aug 2006), several countries are issuing ICAO-standard electronic passports. Other countries outside of the EU, including the United States and many of its trading partners, are participating as well, although possibly at a slightly later date.

As such, there's an increasing interest in protecting these RFID-enabled e-passports, as well as contactless "smartcard" payment cards, from eavesdropping and other security concerns. To that end, a number of solutions have been devised. Most of them work on the principle of the Faraday Cage, which shields cards from unauthorized readers.

But, Marisa Torrieri of Contactless News asks, is the eavesdropping threat real? She paints a spy-vs-spy scenario whereby someone intercepts RFID data from a government worker's access card, then has the ability to "replay" the information to gain access somewhere.

It's done with an undertone of amusement, but she then quotes Walt Augustinowicz, founder of Identity Stronghold, who calls this the "leech- and- ghost theory" and says that it is possible. Of course, his company makes protective sleeves for smartcards, joining the growing number of manufacturers who do.

I'm not going to weigh in whether I believe it or not. My science-related background says it's possible. But my common sense suggests that no RFID chip manufacturer nor smartcard maker worth their salt would go to market with such a serious flaw - especially not for passports.

Then again, hundreds if not thousands of consumer products are released for use with shortcomings, sometimes creating an aftermarket. And like some aftermarket accessories, you just feel safer/ better using it.

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