Back on 1 January 2020 I published a blog post called “20 Tweetable Fun Facts for 2020: Year of the Nurse” [link]. Anyway, not sure of you’ve heard about it, but there has been a worldwide pandemic since then. Hardly anyone talks about it and it’s rarely mentioned in the media [insert eye roll emoji here].
Rather than ramble on trying to make meaning out of a chaotic year, I’ve tried to summarise 2020 in a collage of photos I’ve taken of social-distancing floor decals and a QR code. It’s not especially profound, but it kind-of tells a story.
That’s it really. Regular readers will note that this post is just a reworked version of my post-holiday blog post [link]. The only thing to add is that an idea from 2012 re using QR codes in health care settings should be revisited now – QR codes have never had better market penetration or acceptance.
Deploying complex information via a QR Code (2012) https://t.co/JKBj3ogPXl ℹ️
— Paul McNamara (@meta4RN) December 28, 2020
It’s an intentionally short blog post. It’s been a weird year and I’m tired.
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All the best for 2021.
Paul McNamara, 31 December 2020
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