As a consumer, I use QR codes.
When I am walking by a house with a For Sale sign and there is a QR code, I can, typically, scan the code and find out some more info about the house.
As a marketeer, I am using (well, my customers are using) QR codes.
1. A realtor who sells rural property. The For Sale sign does not tell you price and features. A box with flyers is nonsense. The QR code is perfect. You scan and are shown a single webpage that fits on a phone screen and it shows: price, major features and contains a call to action.
2. An energy-saving company. They put QR codes on their trucks. (The URL is also on the truck.) Scanning the code takes you to a webpage with a discount offer and a call to action.
"Nerds targeted in the real world by bullies could push back...And so, the Troll was born."
I am a nerd. I was born a nerd and I was never bullied for being a nerd.
I troll because I can.
I enjoy starting a word fight, but it has nothing to do with being bullied.
Trolling is similar to poking a stick into a hornets' nest (which I did, once) to see what will happen.
Trolling is fun.
BTW. The Washington Times: a newspaper written by troglodyte for the ignorant lumpen proles.
Studies have shown (cf. Nazi concentration camps) that allowing workers to eat causes a drop in productivity. It makes more sense to just work them until they die. Replacements (cf. booming populations in certain parts of the world) are easy to come by.
Twitter@DaveBarnes belongs to me.
Because I am more technically savvy than some musician named Dave Barnes (http://twitter.com/#!/search/davebarnesmusic).
Should I create a davebarnesspin account at the Twitter?