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    Thanks everyone for your kind feedback on this poster! I was SO thrilled to discover that this is being displayed in the St. Louis Science Center! What the what!??? So cool!

    Blog post Related to this: www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2010/12/qr-code-at-glance-comi...

    1. DBarefoot 40 months ago | reply

      We made a kind of mysterious poster for an environmental campaign using a big QR code:

      www.thebigwild.org/photos-qr-code-posters

    2. The Daring Librarian 40 months ago | reply

      OH WOW! Love it! Thank you! May I add that to my blog, please?

    3. DBarefoot 40 months ago | reply

      Sure, go for it. The photos are on Flickr, if you're interested:

      www.flickr.com/photos/dbarefoot/sets/72157624755761908/

      And here's a local news piece about the campaign:

      www.vancouversun.com/business/codes+sign+times/3466036/st...

    4. The Daring Librarian 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much! I'm showing my students how QR Codes are used "in the wild!"

    5. elliottlemenager 40 months ago | reply

      Have you looked into making a comic strip for Microsoft Tag before?

    6. The Daring Librarian 40 months ago | reply

      Microsoft part of the evil empire! So, no...[grins]

    7. vanhookc 36 months ago | reply

      My goodness. You have cleared up a mystery to me and opened up a world of fun!

    8. Janet Bianchini 34 months ago | reply

      Fab images! Thanks. I'm doing a post on QR codes and these are great to link to.

    9. SallySalle 32 months ago | reply

      I feel so liberated! Most marvelous of information; I applaud you, Librarian Goddess!

    10. rose_huling 31 months ago | reply

      Awesome. I really like your ideas and energy. I am doing a presentation on QR codes for the Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Service annual conference. I would like to use this image in my presentation - giving proper credit or course - may I?

    11. The Daring Librarian 31 months ago | reply

      Of course you can use it, Rose! It's creative commons! YAY!

    12. elebris 31 months ago | reply

      Love this poster. Inspiring me to do more with my students and QR codes. Thanks for all you do!

    13. veesees 29 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the CC license on this. I'm going to feature it on my blog (Web Teacher) with a shout out to your QR resources here.

    14. Shirley Donovan 29 months ago | reply

      These campaings are really fun~
      QR codes are seen everywhere and they can indeed make life easier for people~
      Here's a nice .NET barcode generator I've been using~ works pretty good~
      www.onbarcode.com/products/net_barcode/

      Have a try~

      In case you may need a free barcode reader~ here :)
      www.onbarcode.com/scanner/

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