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RFID Employee Monitoring SYstem?

Is this really feasible? how can the system know if one employee is carrying 2 RFID tags? for example one worker lets his friend have his id card so that his attendance would also be checked for work?


There are a couple different types of smoke alarms. If you have a lot of dust built up inside, that could cause the alarm to go off. Go get a can of compressed air, clean it out best you can and then change the battery. Take the battery out before cleaning though. If it is still going off after that, you need a new smoke detector.
Here's something creative that will be appreciated and you will have fun doing: Make up a crossword puzzle and have all the hints be personal inside moments and jokes that only you two would know about. Put it on a poster board and add some clipart and some pictures to it! The crossword puzzle could be time consuming and a bit frustrating you could do the same idea with a WORDSEARCH or WORDFIND puzzle. Put your computer skills to work! Use Excel, get clipart from Yahoo Images Search, copy them, and reformat them, use a gluestick to put on posterboard. Use graph paper, and pictures from magazines if you are not as good on the computer, and it will give it a homemade feeling.
Just get a medium price set of all weathers and a medium price set of STUDDED snows. Have the off set mounted on four new wheels. Go to a local tire shop place where they will most likely let you store three of the off set. They are heavy to lug back and forth. I say three since all eight are mounted and the fourth off is your new spare. Ask tire shop to take toy tire as part of deal. By the way this is not costing you a dime. 4 all season + 4 snows Life of 8 tires - snows or no snows. It works out nice in SD because you have half year off and half year on. The new wheels will cost about $60 each, but you get all that back in two years because you avoid the $15 per tire charge twice year to go from one type to the other. Local tire shop guy will probably change your wheel mounts for free. If you are new to South Dakota you need to know that it may be flat but those studs are needed to stay on the curves and hold in the strong wind gusts. Will Sams Club store three of the off set and do wheel mount changes for free? There's a local shop that will. Pick a chain shop that is scattered around. Be sure to get the all road hazard and throw it in the glove box. It should come with the price of the tire. That means free tire on any flat that ruins the tire.

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