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New York City To Put QR Codes On All Building Permits By 2013

As TechCrunch reports: New York City’s Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced the use of Quick Response or QR codes (which are something like a smartphone-readable barcode) on building permits, to provide New Yorkers with easy access to information related to buildings and construction sites throughout the city. via New York City To Put QR […]

As TechCrunch reports:

New York City’s Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced the use of Quick Response or QR codes (which are something like a smartphone-readable barcode) on building permits, to provide New Yorkers with easy access to information related to buildings and construction sites throughout the city.

via New York City To Put QR Codes On All Building Permits By 2013.

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