QR Codes in Journals


QR codes have always had the potential to transform print media. The great issue for publishers have been ways in which they can connect the web to existing print media. Rich content and interactive functionality are expected, yet so to is the static physical print edition. QR codes are probably the most economical and user friendly means of bridgeing this divide.

Over on the scholarly kitchen this idea is explored, highlighting an academic journal that has adopted QR codes.
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QR Codes Take Off


Thanks to everyone who has been using Quikqr - it's been an interesting six months where we have seen explosive growth in the use of QR codes as they gain serious traction. Finally there is a sufficient critical mass of smart phones with scanners pre-installed or easily available through app stores for 2d bar codes to become the most efficient way of accessing the internet. There are lots of QR generators out there, but we still think that for ease of use, simplicity and no strings attached you can't find better than Quikqr.

We'll be keeping our eyes open for interesting uses of QR and if you have anything you think would be worth highlighting drop me a line on Twitter (@ajaxlogos), and I'll put it up on the blog.
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