TSA's QR Statistics

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The TSA have come under fire for many things. Most recently, Fred Trotter has called them out for using a “dummy” QR code which leads to a page the TSA don’t control. An astonishingly lax approach to QR use. Last year, I noticed this QR code as I passed through San Francisco Airport. The code…

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British Transport Police – Pickpockets QR Code

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Terence Eden specialises in helping organisations craft amazing QR campaigns. Contact Terence for a consultation Wander around the London Underground and you’re likely to see safety posters from the British Transport Police (BTP). This is the first one that I’ve seen with a QR code on it. It’s a fairly good poster. A good call…

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Connecting Samsung ICS to Ubuntu using MTP

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(These notes are mostly for my own benefit). Android is moving away from USB Mass Storage. You will no longer be able to plug in a USB cable and have your Android show up as a USB disk. There are some good technical reasons for this, but it is a pain if you want to…

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Woody Allen Challenge 1965 – What's New Pussycat

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I’m watching all of Woody Allen’s films in chronological order. Set in Paris, a struggling writer on the brink of a loveless marriage seeks solace in the city’s many nocturnal delights. Featuring a suicidal young woman, a cameo by Toulouse-Lautrec, and some delightful shots of Paris and its surrounding countryside. Is this Woody Allen’s “Midnight…

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