Never before in the course of human events have our noses been so poked, prodded and downright invaded by foreign objects at our own behest. This is the golden age of swabs, meaning we will pay
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QR codes have been around for a long time, but it seems like they've recently found new, heightened popularity. Many restaurants, for example, have switched to leaving a QR code at the table so
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