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After lab technicians scan the bar code of each sample, a machine punches out tiny circles of blood, smaller than a pencil eraser.
While machines do the bulk of the work collecting, separating and sorting mail by scanning bar codes, the process is not entirely automated, as workers sift through the items the machines can't sort.
The metal robot pallets have scanners on their undersides and are programmed to find their way by reading squares on the floor that are dotted with bar codes.
If the bar codes are visible, that information can be used to create duplicate tickets that can be used or sold by someone else.
Another close friend, Mark Wagenveld, a former Inquirer editor and a UC Green volunteer, in May mailed a version of the flier that included a bar code that people could scan with their smartphones to see the police video.
The weekly gathering is simple: Participants register online, print out a personal bar code, bring the code to a participating park, then run—or walk—the course.
So all our tickets and all bar codes are verified through the venues.
Around 10,000 people now have laminated ID cards with their photographs, fingerprints and a bar code.
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