Question Box is a new project from a group who call themselves Open Mind. The Question Box is installed in cities where computer technology just isn’t feasible. In fact, most of the people who live in these areas don’t know how to read or write, so even if they could afford something like a cheap Dell or HP, it wouldn’t matter.
The Question Box allows people of the town to ask questions directly while live operators can provide them with answers through a speaker. It’s like a “live” Internet.
Landon Meier is an expert at creating latex masks which is evidenced by this video in which he gets a friend of his to wear it out in the park with his dear old grandma. This video is really creepy, but it’s funny. Those masks are awesome. I can’t believe how real they look.
QR codes are similar to barcodes in that they hold information within a matrix which is readable by a scanner designed to read them. I’ve been seeing them everywhere lately. I see them at restaurants and even the little potted plants at Home Depot. I work in the internet marketing industry so I’ve known about QR codes for a long time and I probably notice them more than the average person.
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo for a long time, but I can’t think of anything I really want, but a few months ago I thought it would be cool to get a QR code tattoo. I thought it was original and super-geeky, which fits me well, but now it’s not so original anymore, as you can see from the image above (borrowed from Geeky Tattoos). So now what should I get a tattoo of?