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November 24, 2008



H,another smart link. my classes thought that post was 'amazinnnn'. Here is an IPHONE link for geocaching, outdoor learning and geog. and numeracy. http://www.geocaching.com/iPhone/default.aspx


We had a QR Code reader program installed for our mobile phone trial project. I have lots of Computing quotes in QR Codes as posters round my classroom. I gave some to Science and Modern Languages but they didn't understand it - "looks pretty, what is it?"

Mark Ollis

Using i-nigma generator and reader seemed to work best together. Readers seem to prefer thier own generated code Mo

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The children take a photo of it with their phones, their homework gets decoded and they have and instant record of what the teacher wants them to do.

atif yousuf

hmmmmmmmmmmm nice topic qr code in class room..:)


Nice! Just came across a site that also offers free analytics for qr codes. Check out http://www.bwscan.com.


I also used the nero reader, well it had been the most reliable e reader that I had used so far.


Great topic on iPhone. And here I also want to share something about iPhone

Most people easily to lose their text messages by deleted it accidently,if you are just came across such situation:

1. text tutorial for iPhone sms recovery:

2. Videos for iPhone text messages recovery:

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