QR is short for "Quick Response" - the codes can be read via any smartphone equipped with a reader. The one you see here is the one for my blog, which will soon appear in the sidebar. I love new widgets, services and technology, and June 2011 seems like just the right time to add QR code and some new HTML code, as you will read below!
Have a look at Authorship HTML code.
I'll be hopefully rolling this feature out later in the month. I have a few big surprises in store for you, so keep stopping by!
Now, onto the greater blogosphere:
Syria: ‘Gay Girl in Damascus' Seized
U.S. Court says 'shield law' not applicable to 'bloggers'...
Hrna [fa], Human rights activists news agency, reports [fa] that Ali Pour Soleiman, a blogger and teacher was arrested in Iran a few days ago. He was a member of Association of Teachers and wrote [fa] in Sokhane Molem (means teacher's word) blog.
Caledoniyya complains there isn't much information about Mikel Nabil - an Egyptian blogger sentenced to three years in prison for insulting the Armed forces. “With so many bloggers being persecuted by the regimes for broaching crucial issues; in Nabil's case, the Egyptian military; it can be a challenge to keep track,” she notes.
Tags: Amina Arraf, QR Codes, Al Jazeera, Amina Abdullah
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