Geeky Mobile Presentation Trick Using QR Codes

Have you ever gone to a presentation or meeting and spent all your time writing down exactly what was being beamed on the projector? Well I came up with a trick to help reduce this kind of redundant notetaking and to distribute the presentation without killing any trees.

The presentation trick uses QR Codes, those funny little scrambled bar code looking things that you’re now seeing all over the place. Smart phones with QR Code scanners can scan these QR Codes and be taken to the associated web address that are embedded in the code.

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YouTube Adds New iPad-Friendly HTML5 Video Player

YouTube announced a new HTML5 video player that works on the Apple iPad device.

I tested the new player against the regular YouTube player on an iPad and the new player still needs some work. The new player takes a longer to load, has some funky behavior (a duplicate window appears below the player), and the screen is bouncy when the player isn’t set to fullscreen.

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Get Your Blog On with the iPhone IOS4 and Bluetooth

Apple released the iPhone IOS4 software update late on June 21, 2010. The update took well over an hour to download and then sync up with the iPhone but it was well worth it.

Among the many new features, the new IOS4 update allows for the iPhone to work with wireless Bluetooth keyboards. I took the new feature for a ride and started blogging.

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Penguin Books Creates REAL Electronic Book For iPad (VIDEO)

The Apple iPad will start shipping on April 3 and with it a new media form.

John Makinson, CEO of Penguin Books, demonstrated the electronic books on Tuesday and I’m sure mouths dropped. The touch-based navigation and interactive elements make this a new breed of electronic book.

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