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CatTipper Review: Dog Tag Art’s Virtual Leash system was launched when founder Jack Carrier’s Labrador Retriever, Maggie, kept getting lost. Although Maggie was eventually found, Carrier began devising a better way to ensure that lost pets could be quickly reunited with their owners. The result is a system which merges the traditional pet tag with the power of the Internet.

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Gallery coordinator Destinee Oitzinger looks over dog tags, making sure there is one for each member of the military killed as a result of the Vietnam War. Oitzinger has gotten help from five post-9/11 veterans. They review and clean the dog tags, which will eventually be put on display in the Harold Washington Library as part of a memorial and art installation. [DNAinfo/Kelly Bauer]

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DogTipper Review: In a case of necessity being the mother of invention, Dog Tag Art’s Virtual Leash system was launched in 2010 when founder Jack Carrier’s Labrador Retriever, Maggie, kept wandering off, resulting in danger to her and worry for her owner. Although Maggie was eventually found, Carrier began devising a better way to ensure that lost pets could be quickly reunited with their owners. The result is a system which merges the traditional dog tag with the power of the Internet.In December of 2009 Jack was joined by Russell Barker. With over 10 years of previous experience in the e-commerce field, Russ saw great potential in Dog Tag Art. Russ has an educational background in Multimedia Art and Design. He is now the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and oversees the overall day to day operations here at Dog Tag Art. Russ is a veritable jack-of-all-trades around the office and is very hands-on with many projects within the company. When not busy raising his three boys and taking care of business, Russ enjoys video games, reading, and watching various movies and television series.Linden Allen, an Army National Guard member, reviews dog tags to ensure there is one for every member of the armed forces killed as a result of the Vietnam War. Allen and other volunteers will go through tens of thousands of dog tags as part of the project. [DNAinfo/Kelly Bauer]