Quo Vadis ME Journals pair paper with QR codes

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The ME Journals from Quo Vadis are a different take on analog meets digital.  The ME stands for Multimedia Enhanced. Unlike LiveScribe and Moleskine Evernote journals which require special writing instruments and dotted paper, the ME Journals feature a unique QR code at the bottom of each page. The codes can be scanned with the free ME Journal Android or iOS ME app which then allows you to connect videos, photos, audio recordings, text, hyperlinks, documents, etc to each page of the journal. Each code can hold up to 50mb of data, enabling you to create one of a kind travel journals, personal diaries, child/baby books, family history books with visual and audio memories attached to every page.Made in the USA, ME Journals are available in large (6 1/4 x 9 1/4″) and pocket (4 x 6 3/8″) with black, red and raspberry covers. They each have 160 lined pages of my favorite paper – 85g Clairefontaine paper, which is smooth, acid-free and archival quality. You can find ME Journals for as low as $14.51 each at Amazon.

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  • Jorge October 5, 2014, 6:50 am

    Hi Julie, this is neat. Perhaps it could be cool to use Visual QR Codes instead of lame B&W code. You can generate it here (http://www.visualead.com) for example.

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