Justin Moss

Microsoft Tag for smartphones and iPhone

Posted on: January 11, 2009

A great idea, it even works well – but will it take off

“They transform physical media (print advertising, billboards, product packages, information signs, in-store merchandising, or even video images) — into live links for accessing information and entertainment online.” (Full Story: CNET)

Here’s something I prepared earlier:

Try these examples on your iPhone or smartphone.  I was amazed just how tolerant the application was to size (small) and focus.

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Check: This tag should take you to “Australian Art Online

Thank you to Adam for passing on the article.

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  • mattvolke: Cool blog! Check it out my movie blog at themoviebros.wordpress.com/
  • justinmoss: Hi Dave, thank you. Yes, you can have it synced with multiple computers (I used to do this though I no longer have a need for this). From my experie
  • Dave Watkins: Excellent information. Thanks for sharing. Is you iPhone synced with multiple computers? dave
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