The Quick Response Code was developed in 1994 for the automotive industry by a Toyota subsidiary. Today it is mainly used for advertising. In this article you will get a quick overview of the technology and the benefits of using it.
For a moment, let’s not think about the @ symbol in the way we usually think of it, as the fulcrum of an email address, the navel connecting us to our Twitter handles, or even just the weird a hanging out above the 2 key.Let’s imagine...
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