Read my QR code!

The app I am going to mention here isn't anything new. I just found a new use for it.  I am sure you have seen these codes around. I never took the time to figure out the who, what, when, where or why until today. I have to give La'Tonya a mention here for inspiring this blog posting because I sure had apper's block.

If you don't have a QR scanner already on your phone, check out the free app RedLaser - Barcode Scanner and QR Code Reader. I was already using it to scan UPC barcodes.  You can scan a barcode in a store and find out if anyone is selling it cheaper. It's worth a scan if you don't need that item like - right now.  When I first started scanning stuff in stores, I was so conspicuously sneaky about it, security was probably watching. Everybody does it now, so I don't feel bad for comparison shopping.

Today La'Tonya had a QR code posted on her blog and said she created it. I was like WHAT?! You can do that?! When I scanned hers with my phone I was so amazed and excited. I mentioned it in a prior post - iGeek, iClaimit. So I created the one above. You'll have to get RedLaser to read it. Stay tuned to how it was done!

Cool beans!!

QR Code Creator

Not until all the i's are dotted...

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