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somebody get me all the back issues.

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LP was sooooo 1990s

 

yeah?

well then help me out with back issues

I'd like to do my Psychology paper on the "Psychology of loss prevention article"

since yer so old school.

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yeah

not with rfid chips

looking to read on the loss prevention stance on that shit.

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whats it like nowadays anyway? with loss prevention technology at its current state and all?

 

i limit myself to starbucks condements and all you can eat buffets nowaydays.. its one hell of a habit though..

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worse by the fucking day

they innovate new technologies to maintain

up to the date inventory information

and (we) have to innovate new techniques to outwit them.

it's a back and forth kind a deal

but they're getting fancy with radio frequencies shit.

now I guess it comes down to old school stuffing in the pants

or plain old punkin' bitches out.

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sorry about the no cut 'n paste

I'm drunk

and if you actually where interested

you'd click the link.

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Wal-Mart Moving Ahead With RFID Plans

 

Last week, Wal-Mart's new CIO, Rollin Ford, talked about RFID at the NRFTech (National Retail Federation Tech) conference near San Diego. While less than 10% of their 6600+ worldwide stores are RFID-equipped, they do plan to continue with their RFID rollout. [via Extreme RFID]

 

This is despite all the little indicators that suggest that maybe their plans aren't going so well, primarily because their suppliers are lagging behind in implementing RFID due to the cost and the lack of incentive, from their point of view. (A Forrester Research report from 2004 says that the start-up cost is about $9M for the typical Wal-Mart supplier.)

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