Hi, while getting a haircut my barber showed me a neat business card that included an image that resembled the one above. I have been warehousing a QR code reader app for about a year or so on my iphone. You know how your read like “the 25 must-have apps for idevices (mobile phones and handheld devices)” in magazines or websites? Well, I am always anxious to be on the cutting edge so I review the apps and usually download them for safe keeping. I pulled out my iphone and launched the QR code reader app, scanned the code on the card and it led to his facebook and website. Now, the image above is called a QR code. It works pretty much like a bar code. It stores info about just about whatever you want to access or publicize. The code above links you to http://www.qrstuff.com, which is a site that shows you how to create QR codes. I know you have probably seen these images on business cards, or other marketing resources. Imagine attending a festival, event or any type of public gathering and QR codes are emblazoned on t-shirts, hats and other apparel worn by spectators in the crowd. I would be inclined to pull out my iphone and scan their codes out of curiosity. No need to think of any personal introduction to meet or greet people so you can follow them for business or social purposes on the down low. Just QR them! When you see these codes they are literally screaming QR Me! Photo albums, facebook, twitter, instagrams, web sites or whatever you want to publicize, create it in a couple of minutes. Once you download the free QR code reader app start scanning and having fun. Get connected baby!
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Every time I discover an application for an iDevice or for the computer I’m eagerly excited to share with friends and family. Awhile ago I was introduced to Evernote. I began to use it lightly still thinking it was as helpful as it really was. Then I talked to my dad one day; we were out at dinner having a discussion and he pulled out his iPad and opened his Evernote application. Initially I thought this application was only for the iPhone, but it was for PC, android phones, iPad devices, Internet usage and iPhones. This new information took the value of the application up exponentially in my mind.
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