Twin Cities Man Has Microchips Implanted In SkinPeople are getting chips implanted into their hands, in an effort to make daily life a little bit easier. From opening doors to making contacts to sending emails -- a growing group of people are all-in
Why Are There Computer Chips In Tim Shank's Hands?Pinched skin, plunged needle, pressed gauze -- and a 12-millimeter bioinert glass capsule is installed in the fleshy back of Tim Shank’s hand. Shank is a biohacker, a transhumanist, a grinder, a cyborg.

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