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Musings of a Philadelphia Physician who has served the community for six decades

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The website technology supporting Philadelphia Reflections is PHP, MySQL and DHTML. The web hosting service is Internet Planners. The development of this website has provided an opportunity to learn new technology, to try out different techniques for getting noticed by the search engines and the trials and tribulations of dealing with malicious hackers and spammers who range from the annoying to the abusive. This collection of articles documents some of our experiences and we hope that people surfing the web looking for solutions to problems we've encountered will benefit.

QR Codes

QR Codes are similar to bar codes in that they are read optically. Most-common in Japan, all Japanese cell phones can read them; all fancy phones in America (iPhone, etc.) have download-able apps that can read QR Codes (semacode is a free QR Code app for the iPhone but there are many for all).

One application that is becoming common is encoding a website's URL and including the image in a print advertisement.

The QR Codes below were created by http://qrcode.kaywa.com/; create QR and semacode/DataMatrix from text: http://invx.com/code/.

QR Codes
{philadelphia reflections qrcode} {george fisher qr code}
Philadelphia Reflections George Fisher (Flash... N/G on iPhone)
{chemical heritage society qr code} {kaiser qr code}
Chemical Heritage Society Kaiser Permanente
{george fisher advisors qr code} http://www.philadelphia-reflections.com/images/missing_img.gif
George Fisher Advisors QR Code George Fisher Advisors semacode/DataMatrix

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I love QR codes. They are awesome and offer an unlimited amount of data to compliment a print ad. Cool stuff
Posted by: Thomas   |   Feb 14, 2011 4:22 PM

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