Talking QR.app at Barcamp Brighton 3

by Simon. Average Reading Time: less than a minute.

Last weekend I attended Barcamp Brighton 3. For the uninitiated like me, a BarCamp is an international network of user generated conferences — open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants — often focusing on early-stage web applications, and related open source technologies, social protocols, and open data formats.

Barcamp Brighton was a great event, attended by some of the web-gliterati: Jeremy Keith, Aral Balkan, Tantek Celik, Jerome Ribot and Mark Wudden to name but five I was lucky to converse with. That’s not to say the other attendees were any less significant. It was everyone who made the event great.

As you may have observed from the title of this post, I presented a talk, along with my good friend Rob Douglas, titled Talking QR.app.

The presentation can be viewed below, or via the SlideRocket website.

I have also bookmarked a number of QR-code links on Delicious.

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