JVT Magazine to Incorporate New Technology

With phones like the Motorola Droid and the Apple iPhone flying off the store shelves, and knowing that many of us use our smart phones as our preferred method of communicating, we at Jewish Voice decided it was time to reach the smart-phone savvy generation by utilizing some really cool new technology.

QR Code - Unlock the code and view on your smart phone!

QR Code - Unlock the code and view on your smart phone!

One way we are doing this is by using what are called QR codes. A QR code is basically an electronic image that looks like the one featured on the left. When you have a QR code reader application installed on your smart phone, all you have to do is hold your smart phone up to this QR code image on your computer screen. Your phone will scan the image and translate that into the blog post or article or video or photo gallery – the options are endless. It’s really easy and fun, too!

To get started, download a QR Code Reader such as FUN 2D Rabbit or BeeTagg Reader. OK, now give it a try. Scan the code using your smart phone. We think you will enjoy what you see!

We started using this technology in our latest e-Newsletter and are excited to feature these QR codes in future editions of our Jewish Voice Today magazine. It’s one way we are trying to stay interactive. So be sure to check it out.

If you are new to Jewish Voice, go ahead and check out Jewish Voice Today. It’s a great resource to learn about the Jewish roots of your faith, what’s going on in Israel, and get to know the ministry of Jewish Voice better.

Jewish Voice Ministries International

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