QR Code


This is a QR code that points to the Ministry category posts on http://Hertzlers.com.

If you have an iPhone or an Android phone with a barcode scanning application that reads QR codes (like Google Goggles) you can point your phone at this one, and it should take you back to our site. I’m playing around with this to see if it would be a good thing to put on a business card. So far I’m thinking not; a little too geeky for now.

You can generate your own QR code of any website using a QR code generating service like Kaywa.

2 thoughts on “QR Code

  1. I just learned that MailChimp, my favorite email service, has a way to generate QR codes for archived letters.

    MailChimp: You can now add “.qr” (no quotes) to the end of any eepurl to get a QR code image for the link!

    For example – the shortened URL to our last letter is http://eepurl.com/bwuVT but if you type this into the address box, http://eepurl.com/bwuVT.qr – you’ll get a QR code for that letter.

  2. Jerry – that’s interesing. I saw some QR code images included in business advertisements posted at a restaurant. Granted I was in San Jose at the time…

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