Ars Technic’s Mark Perry wrote that while there are no plans to use the stickers in a commercial setting, the company is looking into licensing them for other uses.

“We have some plans to license some of these stickers to other companies and we’re currently in the process of licensing those,” Perry wrote.

“We’ll have more to say about this in the coming months.”

Perry wrote that the company has no plans yet to use them commercially, and will be open to doing so in the future.

“The stickers we’re working on right now are very useful for a variety of different things,” Perry added.

“They’re useful for keeping track of the time and to track the date and time zones of a calendar, and they’re useful to keep track of your work and the time that you spend on it.

So there’s a whole lot of uses.”

The stickers are currently available for $5, but there are a few different types of stickers that can be purchased, including $20 stickers, $50 stickers, and $100 stickers.

They’re also available as a pack of six.

Perry’s post also notes that the stickers are still available for preorder on the company’s website.

Ars Technia will update this story with any new information.

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