Lilja Feature_Iss 4 Lilja’s absence is felt even more this sea-son with the team’s surprising amountof injuries, which included defensemenJonathan Ericsson and Kronwall.“I think it would be easier for me if all theguys were healthy,” Lilja said, “becausethen I wouldn’t have to think, ‘OK, I woulddeﬁnitely play. The team needs me.’ ”In the midst of a very frustrating situation,Lilja has maintained a positive attitude.“I’m sure it’s frustrating for him tonot be able to play,” Stuart said. “Beingaround the guys, he’s upbeat and he’snot bringing anyone else down or any-thing like that. He’s been a positive in-ﬂuence on everybody.”Since Lilja only practices with the team,he no longer takes an afternoon napas part of his pre-game routine.
Minimal Movie Poster Designs When you think of minimal, the first thing that comes to your mind is less. The following posters are not action packed with photo-manipulated images, instead they take the most meaningful idea, concept, or memory form the movie. A great examples of what I’m trying to say is the Tron poster below. If you have seen Tron, you can probably agree that the poster has the movies idea perfectly implemented. The following designs represent the concept of minimalism. Minimalist is art characterized by the use of simple or primary forms or structures, which in this case are memorable movie symbols.
Comparison of platform virtual machines Platform virtualization software, specifically emulators and hypervisors, are software packages that emulate the whole physical computer machine, often providing multiple virtual machines on one physical platform. The table below compares basic information about platform virtualization hypervisors. General Features ^ Providing any virtual environment usually requires some overhead of some type or another.
Iron Man 2 Starring QR codes Check out the movie ad for Iron Man 2. Designed by Santa Monica based Warbasse Designs, who is in charge of the mobile strategy for Iron Man 2. The code links to a Mobile page featuring a synopsis, trailer, showtimes and photos. 60 Tools in 60 Minutes Page 1 / 61 1. brian c. housand, phd 2. Jog the Web 3. EtherPad 4. Scan To Win a Tissot Swiss Watch in New York City Tissot Swiss Watches has launched a "Scan To Win" QR code campaign with their retail partner Diamonds and Dials in New York City, powered by TAPPINN. The store is located at the crowded intersection of 34th st. and Broadway in Herald Square across the street from Macy's. The QR code is located on a 3ft X 7Ft sign outside of the store and resolves to a mobile landing page entry form where people can enter their name, email and state to win a Tissot PRS 330. In the history of retail signage, I would argue that there hasn't been a more interactive sign.
Calvin Klein Jeans QR Code Billboard in New York City (Pics and Video) Calvin Klein Jeans have been know for edgy billboards but in a different way. Check out this giant Calvin Klein Jeans QR code billboard on the corner of Layafette and E. Houston in NYC! The code directs users to a sizzling hot 30 second video, Calvin Klein style. This is another big step for QR code exposure and it makes me wonder why more advertisers aren't making the most of their billboards by doing the same. Lupe Fiasco QR Code With Video by Red Laser Lupe Fiasco is using QR Codes to promote sales of his new album on the mobile web. This was posted on his official site. The landing page could have used some sample audio clips IMO but another great QR code m-commerce example from the music industry in 2011. The VIDEO by Red Laser is AMAZING!!
Colorful QR Codes Are Fresh There are lots of ways to give some color to QR codes without losing data storage! As long as the code contrast can still be detected by the reader, you can customize the color combination all day. These are lookin funky FRESH. I will be posting more to get some feedback. Although I like to focus my efforts "beyond the code," color QR codes can add some freshness to your mobile QR code campaign. QR code Twitter book - 'The Living Book' from Editoras Last year, when West Ham played West Brom in the Premier League's first match featuring two unsponsored teams, I suggested that their shirts could carry a QR code connected to a different message each week. Admittedly an idea fraught with potential practical issues, but the principle of using a QR code as a constant front to dynamic content has now been used as part of a campaign for Editoras in Brazil. Editoras is a Brazilian equivalent of Amazon.com and to raise awareness of their site, Editoras have recently published a Twitter based, 200 page QR code book - known as 'The Living Book'! Editoras 'Living Book' QR codes for 'Love' and 'Hate' 4000 promotional QR code stickers were posted in São Paulo and, once decoded, these revealed selected Twitter messages based on either 'love' or 'hate.' These messages also had a call to action, driving people to the QR code book on the Editoras site.
Add sharing to printed newspapers with QR codes QR codes aren’t all about campaigns and coupons. They can quite easily be used to add value and to help customers/readers/visitors do what they’d like to to. I’m going to give you an example of how they can help improve sharing of printed articles. Despite the looming figure of Death hanging over their shoulders, traditional printed newspapers are long from their EOL. That said, the way in which we consume media is developing all the time. I read most content digitally, through a web browser (on my laptop and my tablet) or via an app (on my tablet).