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11/15/2011

qrcodes

Filed under: Blogging,Ubuntu — kees @ 7:08 pm

Inspired by recent Planet Ubuntu posts, I submit a QR Code for your examination:

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  1. I was half expecting a self-referential qrcode.

    Comment by Frank Ch. Eigler — 11/16/2011 @ 4:18 am

  2. I don’t scan QR codes from people who do computer security stuff. For example, I work for the company that makes Snort. There’s a QR code on the fridge that says “you know you want to scan it.” I can only surmise this is the Vulnerability Research Team playing a sick joke that will make my phone crash or become infected, so I won’t.

    Comment by Mackenzie — 11/16/2011 @ 8:42 am

  3. Lovely, Kees :-)

    Mackenzie, you’re right to be generally suspicious of people on the internet, but I trust that Kees wouldn’t do something malicious here, in his blog, to Planet Ubuntu readers ;-) And I can confirm that his QR code is in no way “a sick joke”.

    Dustin

    Comment by Dustin Kirkland — 11/18/2011 @ 5:19 am

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