RFID: These Are "The Good Old Days"
In 20 or 30 years, people will wonder how we got by without RFID.
Periodically, some of us in the older generation get e-mails
from friends reminiscing about the "good old days" when "I rode
a bike without a helmet", "I drank from a garden hose and
survived", and "I played outside until it got dark".
These are all wonderful memories of course. But how many of
this same generation fondly remember, "when banks put in the first
ATMs", "my first cell phone", "my first computer", and
"when I got online banking"? These are things the younger generations
take for granted. So, in 20 or 30 years, what will they remember?
Publication date: July 2011