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Re: QR Codes
Feb 26, 2011, 13:43
...you could set it all up for less than the cost of a single info board or those portable devices they give out at Stonehenge etc.

Can’t remember if they charge for those or not, but audio guides (especially those in languages other than English) must date very quickly. The advantage of a Quick Response code is that it’s just that, with new info being constantly added.

Alan, in his feature on the Journal, suggests, “...a scheme whereby volunteers can register to pull together and be responsible for site information, held on a central website (a wiki?).” That’s a brilliant idea and, as you say Nigel, “...they [EH, NT etc] can always make it clear that their account is the "official" one and all other info comes from "the community" (i.e. not edited or approved by them)."

Bring it on!
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