November 1997
Progressive Grocer;Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
Presents news which focuses on high technology. Forecast on the worldwide use of smart cards by the year 2000; McDonald's testing of a frequent-diner program at stores in the Dallas/Fort Worth area; Details of a column in Portable Computing Direct Magazine which deals on how to know if the technology has taken over the soul.


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