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Jan. 10th, 2003

12:39 am - Seat License: coming to a bus stop near you!

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new seat license

From Steve Mann's Wearcam.org seat sale:

Across from the internet chair is a VGA television display on a TV stand, which displays the following message:

WARNING! Your seating license WILL EXPIRE in 5 seconds! Please get off the chair when the buzzer sounds.

Swipe credit card or government issued photo ID card to download a FREE Seating License.

Your card is for identification purposes only. The seating is FREE!!!

By swiping your card, you agree to be bound by our Terms and Conditions.

Your swipe indicates your agreement to these Terms and Conditions of use.

If you do not agree to our Terms and Conditions, remain standing and do not swipe your card through the card reader!

When a credit card or ID card is swiped, the following displays:

________________________________________
Thank you for agreeing to our Terms and
Conditions of use.
________________________________________

(spikes retract)



Enjoy Quality of Seating Services (TM)
Middleware and QoS Provisioning.

(a short movie plays)

After some time (e.g. after the movie has finished) a bright flashing animated version of the following is displayed:

then the following message is displayed while an extremely loud bank of 60 Hz warning buzzers is sounded throughout the exhibit space:

Your Seating License will expire in 4 seconds Please swipe your credit card or contact the SeatWorks to renew your license

WARNING: Your Seating License will expire in 3 seconds!
Please get off the chair! contact the SeatWorks to renew your license.

License Expired

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From:crasch
Date:January 10th, 2003 10:41 am (UTC)
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From:gedanken
Date:January 10th, 2003 06:48 am (UTC)
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Seat license? Isn't that what you have to pay for in order to have the opportunity to purchase season tickets at most pro football stadiums?
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