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QR codes - Pinterest Board created for libraries and librarians by 23 Mobile Things

QR codes - Pinterest Board created for libraries and librarians by 23 Mobile Things | De Informatieprofessional | Scoop.it

"QR Codes ("Quick Reference" Codes) are essentially 2-dimensional barcodes. They can contain hundreds of times more data than conventional 1-dimensional barcodes. Initially created for use in the shipping industry, they are gaining popularity for marketing to people with smart-phones." Source: Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki


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Karen du Toit's curator insight, October 15, 2013 2:56 AM

Great resource for QR codes!

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Mobiles and iPads wade in to the heart of travel search: discovery and inspiration | Tnooz

Mobiles and iPads wade in to the heart of travel search: discovery and inspiration | Tnooz | De Informatieprofessional | Scoop.it

Remember just a few years back, before Apple decided we all needed a mobile-laptop hybrid and connecting to the web via a device was a rubbish user experience at best?

 

Nostalgia – for a moment.

 

Since then mobiles and tablets have made their presence felt in various parts of the travel purchase funnel, with all manner of apps arriving on the scene, often at the search and booking end of the cycle.

 

But some data released from 101Holidays over one million visits has shown that non-desktop or laptop devices are accounting for a third (A THIRD) of traffic.

 

This is a massive jump from previous years.


Read more at http://www.tnooz.com/2012/09/28/news/mobiles-and-ipads-wade-in-to-the-heart-of-travel-search-discovery-and-inspiration/#46J6FRDVpmBPBtGz.99


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