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NikoN

Is there a benefit for having the ThingLinks shown to readers, not just search engines? I mean, alphanumeric codes are not exactly great for readability.

Ulla-Maaria

We decided to show the code on the thing page because that's helpful if you are labeling your object with the thinglink or trying to locate a thinglink that is attached to a physical object (a CD cover, whatever).

It's possible to embed thinglinks in barcodes and RFIDs so maybe over time the code could be hidden.

NikoN

Sidetracking a bit, barcodes reminded me of this post on the S60 site: http://blogs.s60.com/tommi/2006/05/2d_barcodes_will_rule_the_eart.html#comments

Bruce Sterling

Hey, that "A-hum" piece isn't half bad!

impressed listener

York

Thank you very much for writing on us! Thinglink is a beautiful service, so we believe it will come a long way :)

Welcome

Wondefurl explanation of facts available here.

Jetsin

Never would have thunk I would find this so indisnpesable.

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