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    BlueRescue LockScreen

    Posted on September 8, 2017 by in BlueTags

    We offer a Free “Return to Owner” service for cell phones, called BlueRescue™, a wallpaper lockscreen that allows a person’s lost cell phone to be returned quickly and easily, using a safe and secure system. When your phone is lost, you simply hope someone will find it and return it to you. In fact, most people WANT to […]

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  • 19 Practical Uses for BlueTags

    Posted on July 21, 2017 by in BlueTags

    Okay so now you know how BlueTags™ work for your dog. You can put the BlueTag™ on any existing collar tag, use the blue aluminum tag we give you, or the plastic snap buckle on the dog collar. But what about all those other things that are important to you? Like our cell phones, iPads, your […]

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  • Lost Phone Project – Phase 1

    Posted on July 18, 2017 by in BlueTags

    We are placing cell phones around the San Francisco Bay area with BlueTags on them just to see what happens.  It’s a social behavioral experiment of sorts and to demonstrate how well the BlueTags “Return to Owner” system works.  Here is what happened with one phone at the Palo Alto Summer Festival. I got a […]

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  • 6 Reasons your Dog’s Tag is PooPoo

    Posted on July 5, 2017 by in BlueTags

    Only $1 plus $9.95 / year service fee (use the code “dogtagdiscount” on the checkout page) Your dog’s tag was invented by the Roman Empire in 295 AD. It’s time to upgrade. Once upon a time, a metal coin stamped with letters and numbers was an advanced idea. It literally changed the nature of commerce […]

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  • Dog Tag Service

    Posted on June 16, 2017 by in BlueTags

    A craft beer in San Francisco is about $9. That’s a little pricey. What’s not pricey for $9 is a BlueTag for your dog. They look like this. When someone finds your lost dog, they scan the BlueTag™ with any scanner app on their cell phone. They immediately see your contact information and they can […]

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  • Are you toilet diver?

    Posted on May 31, 2017 by in BlueTags

    93% of folks who have dropped their cell phone in a toilet have tried to retrieve it. 7% have lied. Why? Because is seems your whole existence lives inside that digital magic machine. The average cost of a lost item is $220 and 70% of the population has lost some kind of digital device. BlueTags™ […]

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