Memorializing with QR Codes

Gravestone and memorial service companies are starting to use QR codes on gravestones to provide ways for family members and friends to memorialize their loved ones online.

From Simply Zesty:

This isn’t about using quirky technology for the sake of it, but to drastically change the way you can remember loved ones. As one customer noted, after her 26 year old son was killed, she explained that the QR code on his headstone had enabled his friends to share photos on his dedicated memorial website; photos and memories that she didn’t have herself.

Posted in Tumblr | Leave a comment

wired: [via washingtonpoststyle]: What Google would have…



wired:

[via washingtonpoststyle]:

What Google would have looked like in the ’80s. (And it works!)

(h/t @theollyman)

Feelin’ lucky.

Posted in Tumblr | Leave a comment

The crowd outside Webster’s at their new opening (Taken…



The crowd outside Webster’s at their new opening (Taken with instagram)

Posted in Tumblr | Leave a comment

MS Word is god-awful for creating web…



MS Word is god-awful for creating web content.

colecamplese:

Pure awesome. I bet Creed took Clippy up on this.

motherjones:

The real problem with Microsoft Word is not Clippy. Though we still think he’s an asshole. 

Posted in Tumblr | Leave a comment

madewithpaper: …the iPad is for creating after all. Stunning…



madewithpaper:

…the iPad is for creating after all. Stunning sketch from Jared Sinclair, registered nurser and maker of Pillboxie

Posted in Tumblr | Leave a comment