“Miniscule mobile telephones, tiny electronic organizers and portable DVD players are nice. But they’d be so much less cumbersome if they were surgically implanted under your skin. […] The chip, called the VeriChip, is about the size of a grain of rice, carries a number that identifies you and, the company says, may eventually provide a way to make sure that only the right people gain access to secure sites, corporate offices or even personal computers. The chip could also carry access to personal data, like medical information.” Read the (enthusiastic!) article at NYTimes. Our Take: Implantable chips? Over my dead body. I have hard time liking the tooth implants already.