Readings

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1 Opinion Innovation - Ant and Covid have made the humble QR code a hit
"The cheap and flexible successor to the supermarket barcode has earned its second chance", byJohn Gapper on the Financial Times 30.10.2020
2 TECHNOLOGY - QR Codes for the Dead.
Graveyards are becoming smart spaces. but will today's technology last for eternity?
TANARA KNEESE MAY 21, 2014
3 QR Codes For Headstones Keep Dearly Departed Close
September 29, 2012 - Heard on All Things Considered
ELIZABETH FEIDLER
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QR codes on gravestones are a relatively new global phenomenon, even if the actual numbers are unknown. The placement of a digital gateway on the physical stone is a challenge to classic dichotomies as physical/digital and public/private, and this study discuss in details the implications of the QR coded gravestones.
5 CHINESE CONSUMERS ARE INCREASINGLY AWARE OF THE AUTHENTICITY AND ORIGIN OF THE GOODS
14 January 2021 - https://www.ozy.com/the-new-and-the-next
Companies are using QR codes, mobile apps and third-party services to build consumer confidence in the origin and authenticity of the goods they sell, from luxury handbags to bags of frozen beef mince.
6 How COVID turbocharged the QR revolution
bbc.com - Jan 22nd, 2021 - David Silverberg
"Skip the line, order from your phone." - "Menus and bills can both be accessed with a QR code" - "Covid has accelerated innovation at restaurants." - "In the UK designated venues have a legal requirement to display NHS QR code posters for customers to check in..."