… where with a simple wave of my hand I can open doors, log on to my computer, buy market kiosk items if I worked at a Wisconsin company that is becoming the first in the U.S. to microchip it’s employees. I wondered how they did it on Star Trek. Three Square Market, which designs software for break room markets in office complexes, will offer employees the opportunity to voluntarily have a microchip implanted in their hands starting next week. The data on the chips, which are about the size of a grain of rice are implanted between the thumb and forefinger and is encrypted and secure and there’s no GPS tracking. A handful of companies in other countries have already started offering micro chipping to employees but this is the first company in the U.S. that is offering it and you know its only a matter of time where it’s going to be mandatory. Bet that will cause a spike in people saying my boss and not the government is controlling my brain waves. My luck I’d get a defective chip that not only opens doors to the office but also but unlocks random car doors in the parking lot if not start them up. Hey who turned on the microwave? Or my hand would become a microwave. Can I heat heat up for you? Point at the TV and turn it on. App? Hell I got a hand with 57 channels and nothing on. Keys? That is so old school.