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2 posts categorized "Digital Identity Forum"

Who pays? Who cares.

By Dave Birch posted Jul 30 2006 at 6:19 PM

The older amongst you may just remember the SuperSmart Card (is it a card? No, it's a calculator...), a chunky piece of kit from Smart Card International, an American start-up founded by Arlen Lessin in 1983. It was a smart card with a built in screen and keypad. However you'd have needed a hammer to get it into a ISO card reader slot and the idea quietly fizzled away.

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The blog empire expands

By Dave Birch posted Jun 15 2006 at 11:29 AM

If you enjoy the approach of this blog, we hope you'll be equally enthusiastic about the digital identity blog that we have just started over here.

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