Re: [newtech-1] QR codes described as TrampStamps from madison avenues best and brightest

From: Anthony Z.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 9:25 PM
Eddie,

Simple. With Shazam, you know what the payoff is. Hear a song and identify it.

Opening up your app to take a pic of a QR code and not know what you're going to get on the other end is simply not that interesting.

Honestly, I have a QR code app and I have never taken a pic of a QR code. Then again, I don't use Shazam as often as I should either. Maybe I'm not a good test case.

If these things were native to the operation of the phone, maybe I'd see the net benefit.




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On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 5:27 PM, EddieN <[address removed]> wrote:
Did you happen to ask this same panel whether or not they use Shazam or Soundhound or Zeebox though? I believe it takes the same amount of effort to use a QR code as it does to use any of those apps, no?

Eddie


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