Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Absence - oh loads of things

There, isn't that pretty?
Not entirely sure what it is so perhaps one of you fonts of all knowledge will tell me. And be gentle - I don't even know what a smart phone is.

You may, or more probably may not, have noticed my absence. Fear not! All is well. I've just been so snowed-under -------------->>>>>>
(That's a picture of me when a flash of inspiration hits). See, I'm about to submit a new book, yikes, yikes, yikes. 

But, back to the point, if any of you know what to do with that thing in the top left-hand corner and you do it (does that make sense?) - can you let me know what you see?

Lauracea will be up and running again in a very few days. With LOTS of exciting things. Yep, take a deep breath and don't let go...


  1. I'm afraid I haven't got a clue but good to have you back and lots of luck with the new book. Looking forward to reading it.

  2. Anonymous7:18 pm

    Its kinda like a barcode for phones with internet. They scan the graphic (like taking a picture) and it takes them to the webpage or product on their phones internet.

    In Short: its a way to access the product on a smart phone without having to type out the URL (WWW. .com stuff)

  3. thanks Catherine ♥♥
    James, I wish I knew what it looked like on a phone :( it's supposed to be the code for the blog. ♥♥ to you and Caleo too!

  4. I've seen those code things, I just don't know exactly how to use them. :) Oh well. Welcome back! :)

  5. Yes, it's a QR code reader - you use your iPhone or iPad with the camera to scan it. Magazines and such carry them now - it gives you access to more information. There was one on my box of Hot Tamales Monday night, and when I scanned it, I found out I'd won a $10 iTunes card!

  6. Our competitors - the Tithe Barn Heritage Centre, grrrr - has plastered the town with them to direct potential customers to their displays. At the moment we are relying on the fact that we have a castle, which has to count for something, but I'm very tempted to get out there and and spread some around for our establishment. Geek wars in academia! What next?

  7. Well, I'm glad James Crawford and Alex J. Cavanaugh explained it, it was Greek to me as well.
    Thank You.

  8. Absolutely fantastic blog!!! Glad I found it! Love it!!!

    Lola x


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