Tag Archive: QRpedia

Aug 23 2012

Found! Belon.gs

Thanks to a blog post from my fellow PR practitioner friend Neville Hobson (aka @jangles), I learned about Belon.gs, a Finnish start-up that is offering free QR (quick response) tag stickers that individuals can stick to their valuables. I have written about QR codes several times before, having put them on my website, blogs and …

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Apr 23 2012

From dead pigeons and a statue of King Kong to civil engineering

With attendees including three Expert Panel Chairs, staff from the ICE Library and an ICE past President (logging in online from Scotland), the Institution of Civil Engineers’ Wikipedia workshop (post), which took place on Friday, certainly captured some influential eyes and ears. And presenter Andy Mabbett opened attendees’ eyes to far more than just the online “encyclopaedia …

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Apr 11 2012

Wikipedia and the ICE

Feel your discipline isn’t covered well on Wikipedia? Not sure how to improve matters? Follow the ICE’s lead and start a campaign to deepen Wikipedia’s coverage of your profession, its people and projects. Building on my own interests in civil engineering, during the mid 2000s I wrote and edited many Wikipedia articles about tunnels, dams, …

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