- Battle of the Mobile Barcodes – A quick slice of 2007 barcode news from Andrew Curie can be found here. A very good write-up on current standards and a few projections. I am sure there is a lot more of this out there.
- No ScanLife reader for the iPhone – As numerous TechCrunch readers pointed out on John Biggs’ post there is no ScanLife reader for the iPhone. I spent some time last night looking for it and could not up with one reader. Someone please point me in the right direction.
- Semapedia.org – “With Semapedia you can connect Wikipedia knowledge with relevant places in physical space. Learn more…“
- SFGate.com – Once again, here is the SFGate.com article about the ScanLife roll out in SF.
- Make your own QR Code – I did over at i-nigma. Here’s my Aid Worker Daily QR Code:
- QR Code video – George Colony, founder and CEO of Forrester Research briefly discusses his thoughts on the future of QR Codes:
What is the point to all this? This will make it possible for us to know the contents of a shipment of medicines, equipment, food, etc. even if the packing slip has been lifted. We will be able to pull patient data off an ID card rather than a faded and dilapidated piece of paper. I’ll finally be able to get everyone’s information at a UN coordination meeting without having to fiddle with punching in dozens of new phone numbers. The list of possibilities is endless.