QR Code AT-A-Glance Comic Tutorial
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As promised! Please feel free to Take, Use, Share! Creative Commons - Share Alike!
Like these Comic Tutorials? I have a whole slew of 'em!
From Blabberize, Customizing Blogger & blog design, downloading YouTube videos to your HD to a Two part Twitter Primer - I seem addicted to creating these bright fun direction sheets!
What Techie Topic or subject would you like to see me do next?
Leave a comment with your suggestions!
(ps. Dear Howard Rheingold...don't worry I'm still working on yours for the book! Hush hush)
My Mini Moo QR Cards Arrived! -- and they WORK!
They scan beautifully & auto launch to this blog...woohoo!
I got my Zazzle QR Code Square Buttons!
and they work, too! BUT...the shiny surface seems to take a little longer so maybe wearing them will be easier to scan than under my stove lights! LOL
Will this end my geeky QR Code Obsession? Should I splurge for a QR Code Hoodie? or the stockings? OR The Ked shoes that dear pollyalida teased me with? Hmmmmmm
Do you wanna see pics of the QR Code necklace when I get it? What ELSE can I paste, sew, crotchet or custom order a QR code upon?
QR Code Ked photo by pollyalida
Love your comic tutorials and your obsession with QR codes - taking them to a whole new level! Great stuff.ReplyDelete
Love the new comic! Just in time for a tech meeting for the librarians in my entire district. Your comic is much better than my little paragraph and pic. super cute cards and button. How about temporary tattoos next.ReplyDelete
I know, I know!!!ReplyDelete
You could get a QR tattoo!!! (LOL!!!)
Thank you so much Diane! I'm glad I could put my QR Code obsession to good use! LOLReplyDelete
Oh Tamara, Thank you! I'm so happy you like it & are going to share it...we all share with each other - why re-create the wheel? plus i'm so stealing the "digital petting zoo" idea from you..see my last comment on YOUR AWEsome blog! Muwwa!
Oh Aunt Lynnie! What a great idea! I wonder if it would scan though? To scan a QR really has to be on bright white background....and I'm awkwardly Celtic pale...but am I THAT pale?! Heck, I gotta try it...googling now for custom temporary Tattoos! LOVE you!
Thank you everyone who takes the time to comment it makes me so ridiculously happy! You don't blog for comments..if you do, you are SURE to be disappointed - write from your heart, admit mistakes, celebrate successes, & SHARE SHARE SHARE - give your stuff away & you'll be surprised at how much you will get back! - wait! I need to paste this in my holiday message! Yeah!
Wow, such creative uses for QR! I'm in the commercial print biz, and have been trying to inspire our sales folks to find uses for QR, can't wait to share this with them next week.ReplyDelete
I just used JumpScan to make a custom QR code with all my contact info, which I will be proudly displaying at Midwinter (I'm planning on either custom cards and/or a button for Annual and ISTE). I feel very geek chic! And I've got some ideas about how to use them in my library which I hope to put into action soon. It took me a while to get "into" QR codes, but now I can't stop thinking of ideas!ReplyDelete
This is great, I love your comic tutorial.ReplyDelete
I want to put it on our code explanation page at our sign shop in Canada (VanWinkle Signs) and share with the customers.