links for 2010-04-13

  • "The Tales of Things website, which goes live this week, aims to take this idea [the Internet of Things] into a new realm. It allows users to create an entry on the site for any object they like. A basic entry features an image and associated text, but audio, video and other content can also be added. The site then generates a unique two-dimensional barcode, known as a QR code, for the user to print off and attach to the object. Anyone then scanning the code with a web-enabled device will see the object's online entry. The team behind the website has so far developed scanning software for the iPhone and devices running the Android operating system."
    Could this concept help Aliss hunter-gatherers capture non-digital content?
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