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Discussion in 'The OT' started by SayWhat?, Dec 13, 2012.
And he had no idea that my 6 year old son is fascinated with bar codes and the scanners that read them.
Great thread title.
According to the NYT obit, the patent itself turned 60 this fall. It was sold to Philco for a whopping $15k, so Mr. Woodland and his co-inventor, Bernard Silver, never got rich as a result.
Thank You for making our lives a little easier
Rest in Peace
In 1948 you could buy a house for $15k. The system has lasted for a long time and no sign it will change anytime soon.
I remember seeing my first store with bar code scanners when I was four in 1974.
I remember seeing packaging with bar codes long before ever seeing a scanner in a store, sometime in the late 80's, I think.