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>Can’t wait – #1300

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Am I ever glad that Annette Ludwig has taken over as Director of the Gutenberg Museum!

Talk about a breath of fresh air!
Talk about innovation!
Talk about getting information published in English!
Talk about….even opening on Sundays until 5pm?!

The upcoming exhibition “Lettern in Bewegung – Moving Types” is a retrospective study of the use of text in cinematography from its early days up to the present.

Coolest of all is the use of a QR code to take you to a YouTube clip with a taste of what awaits us in October.

I use “Scan” from QR Code City on the iPhone. Free. (I like “free”)

And if you want to generate your own QR code, there’s kaywa

All cool stuff.

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This entry was published on 6 April, 2011 at 11:00. It’s filed under Culture, Gutenberg Museum, Mainz and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “>Can’t wait – #1300

  1. >great site, keep it up the good work.

  2. >Interesting post (as always). Looks like I might finally have to succumb to your advertisements for iphones.

  3. >Peter showed me some of these on the walls around Paris. Apparently you use your iPhone and can see the artist's website or something like that . I was a bit befuddled about it all so I've not posted my photos yet. I think it's a cool idea for those with iPhones. I suppose I'm the only one left on the planet without one.?Verizion won't sell me one. Don't ask jb, it's to convoluted!

  4. >Why is the http://gutenbergmuseum.blogspot.com/with invitation only? Or is there something wrong with my acount…

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