There are three great mysteries involving codes: Is there really a Di Vinci Code? Are bar codes a government conspiracy? And why aren’t there any famous dudes named Cody?–it’s a fairly popular name, I’d think one would attain celebrity status.
Government conspiracy or not, bar codes are immeasurably valuable. Anyone who was ever in line when a store’s scanning system went down knows how much longer it takes to arrive at a total by hand–even with a calculator. Contrary to what I thought as a kid, bar codes are not placed on products in a warehouse in some obscure city by someone working directly for the devil himself (at least not the Devil part anyway). Anyone with the right machine can label and code their own products and they don’t, as far as I can tell, have to put a number, computer chip or any other identifying mark anywhere in their bodies.
Bar codes save huge amounts of time. Our machines allow the user to easily type and print labels as well as create bar codes that are just as easily read as they are made. Check out Office Zone’s Ksun Label And Bar Code Printer and let me know what you think. Maybe someone can even tell me why they’re called bar codes. I mean, one of the only places where you don’t use them is in a bar. Please enlighten me if you have responses to my profound observations.
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