Tag Archives: Near Field communications

QR codes live on in infamy

Back in 2011 I wrote a post entitled ‘QR codes will die soon – Here comes ‘Near Field Communications’ (NFC)”.  Well more than three years later, not unlike the great Mark Twain, rumors of the demise of QR codes were … Continue reading

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Affordable portable mini-printers are useful now but not for too long

Last night as we traveled back from the airport I was hungry and decided to order a small pizza. There’s a place http://www.PlanetPizza.com that makes good pizza near to our house. On their website they always have coupons for discounts … Continue reading

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QR codes will die soon – Here come ‘Near Field Communications’ (NFC)

I have made no secret of my disaffection with QR (Quick Response) Codes. You know them as the funny looking little square that you’ve noticed popping up in advertisements in print, billboards, the web and even on television. Although the … Continue reading

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Mobile phone batteries are horrible – why can’t they be better NOW?

I just spent a couple of days out of the office with some business associates who are also friends. Since we were not at a desk or even carrying around an iPad we naturally used our mobile devices as our … Continue reading

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