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Testing QR codes out in the wild

Louise Brown shares the first stage of her experiment with technology out in the fields of a National Trust site. Testing QR codes out in the wild by Louise Brown. Advertisements

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Opening up our little bit of the world with QR codes

Louise Brown’s Week 30 Weekly Blog Club post considers the issues involved with putting a QR code trail for visitors on her nearby National Trust’s estate. Opening up our little bit of the world with QR codes by Louise Brown.

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LocalGovCampNW (Part 2)

Mark Braggins gave us LocalGovCampNW (Part 1) in Week 6 and has not made us wait too long by getting Part 2 in early for Week 7 of Weekly Blog Club. He gives a wonderfully detailed account (with really useful

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Camping without the tents: UK GovCamp 2012

Mark Braggins gives us an idea of some of the content of some sessions in his post about UK Govcamp 2012. The sessions he mentions are about mobile-friendly WordPress (this blog uses a mobile-friendly template – and should be iPad-friendly);

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