Where to Go from Here

Depending on your knowledge level, Chapters 1 and 2 are great places to start. Reading Chapter 1 can make you happy you bought the book. Reading Chapter 2 can get you scanning QR Codes if you haven’t already.

From there, skip around the chapters as you like. Be sure to pause at the final chapter, which gives you ten practical uses for QR Codes, because you may find some uses for QR Codes you hadn’t thought of.

Also, be sure to check out my Pinterest pin board of QR Codes. Noland Hoshino, the technical editor of the book, and I have been gathering good and bad examples. In the search box on Pinterest type in QR Codes For Dummies and then click on “Boards.”

If you have any questions about what you’ve read, you can contact me via e-mail at my blog, www.selfishgiving.com . I’m also very active on Twitter. You can find me at http://twitter.com/joewaters . My username is @joewaters.

Speaking of Twitter, if you’re interested in staying abreast of new developments in QR Codes, I have a suggestion for you that worked wonderfully for me as I wrote this book. Visit https://twitter.com/search and type QR code or the hashtag #qrcode in the search box. Twitter search operates much like Google search does for the web, but the former limits results to those found on the social networking site.

A great benefit of Twitter is that it delivers the best and latest information on just about any topic, including QR Codes. Because tweets are limited to 140 characters, they often ...

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