QR, missus! or QR Codes, Digital Advertising and Frictionless Sharing (ft. Roo Reynolds, Wieden + Kennedy LDN)

Qr Code: http://offthewallpost.com

Do you know what this is?

This week Off The Wall Post is joined by the brilliant Roo Reynolds – Head of Emerging Platforms at Wieden + Kennedy London, responsible for social media ad campaign greatness such as Cravendale’s Cats With Thumbs evil feline genius Bertrum Thumb Cat and more (and formerly podcaster of Shift Run Stop). Roo discusses the new opportunities for advertisers and brands in the digital space and brings his own digital bugbear to light: QR codes – the good, the bad and the ridiculous.

Other hot internet news and social media developments

Kat presents an incredible facial meshing webcam homebrewed technology video well worth watching here.

Barry introduces How Many Really, a social media / history mash up contextualiser that tells you how many of your friends would have survived the World War II. Dan highlights the recent Facebook developments and what Frictionless Sharing means to the users. And Roo adds the wonderful Mad Men Timeline video into the mix:

Wanky Words

Internaut – Roo Reynolds

Fragvergence

Thinkiatry

Verbification – Hugh Garry

Maximum Traction – Barry (for SHAME!)

Don’t forget to share your wanky words with us on Twitter (@offthewallpost), onFacebook.com/offthewallpost or in the comments below.

Episode 15 recorded 28 September 2011. Explore full links for this episode on Delicious.

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One Response to QR, missus! or QR Codes, Digital Advertising and Frictionless Sharing (ft. Roo Reynolds, Wieden + Kennedy LDN)

  1. Pingback: QR codes: One simple idea, many ridiculous and daft applications » Gary Andrews

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