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Graduation Invitation Layouts

 

Graduation Invitation Layouts
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Graduation Invitation Layouts

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07.03.10

this is so hot!!! it brings back a lot of memories! spectacular

07.03.10

C’est pourtant ce que tu es en train de faire à mon égard, non? (perdre ton temps à commenter mon message)

07.03.10

oh my gosh… i wonder who it is :(

07.03.10

Very interesting. I think people will appreciate the time and care involved in the making of their invitation.

07.03.10

oh my gosh… i wonder who it is :(

07.03.10

She will come to you tonight with special gift **rockmycity.info**

07.03.10

Post : QR Codes Hope to Be This Summer’s Breakaway Hit URL : Posted : May 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm Author : Colleen Taylor Tags : Google, Mobile Apps, mobile phone, mobile phones, Paperlinks, qr code, qr codes, sharesquare, venture capital Categories : Summer is on its way in North America. The days are getting longer, the weather’s warming up, and people are spending time outside. And nowadays, most of those people have a cellphone handy. Startups in the long-simmering QR code market are hoping that the change in season, along with what they say is a “critical mass” of smart phones, will finally bring QR codes, barcodes that lead to URLs or information when scanned, into the mainstream. The idea is that when more people are out and about, the more likely it is that they’ll interact with QR codes on things like movie and concert promotion posters. And at least two QR code startups are in the process of closing on fresh rounds of funding to make sure they can seize what they think is a major opportunity to bring QR awareness to the masses. But are QR codes really a seasonal thing? Los Angeles-based startup ShareSquare makes QR codes that lead to customized HTML5-based web applications. The majority of the company’s clients are in the entertainment industry, from independent musicians to large movie studios, and use ShareSquare’s QR codes on promotional materials. ShareSquare launched to the public in March after proving popular at the South by Southwest conference, CEO Matthias Galica said in an interview this week. Galica says his company is quickly closing on about $1.5 million in funding to ensure that it can capitalize on what he says is a crucial time for the QR space. “Most of these QR placements are out of home, and [in the summer] people have the opportunity to interact with them,” Galica said, noting that the funds will be used to double the size of ShareSquare’s developer team. “We’re seeing the market really accelerate.” Summer is a huge time for concerts and big movies, so maybe he has a point. Also currently in funding talks is Paperlinks , a Los Angeles-based startup. Paperlinks sells stationery products, like wedding invitations and business cards, which include QR codes linking back to a customized site. Paperlinks CEO Hamilton Chan told me in an interview this week he’s in the process of securing an undisclosed amount of venture capital to help fuel his company’s projected growth. “We want to grow very aggressively,” Chan said. “The time is right for QR codes.” It bears mentioning, however, that not everyone is so bullish about QR technology’s current potential. In late March, Google (s GOOG) quietly shut down the QR code initiative it debuted for its Places product in 2009 . The word is, Google ditched QR to focus on developing near field communications (NFC) technology, which goes beyond offering more information about products. With NFC, people could use their mobile phones to buy things. It could well be that both QR and NFC have widespread adoption, but in a world of ever-increasing mobile technology , there may not be enough room on the average consumer’s radar for two features that are so similar. That may be the real reason why QR companies see this summer as a now-or-never moment: They’re hoping QR will be the first to grab a place in the sun, and in consumer’s minds, ahead of NFC. Add a comment to this post:

07.03.10

Everyone loves to display a favorite photo or two on a desktop, atop a bookcase, a fireplace mantle or on a wall. When presentation matters, turn to our selection of unique frames and photo books. There’s no better way to showcase your favorite pictures This album allows you to store and display up to 44, 4×6 photos. The exterior picture window showcases a favorite wallet sized photo. The album is perfect for invitations, business cards, or holiday cards as well.

07.03.10

Inviting Guests to Your Wedding with Classy Invitations

07.03.10

When a lot of my less techy friends start sending invitations to an exciting new vague service, there's no hiding a scam. Thanks ShoppyBag!

07.03.10

Do it in PowerPoint. Make up one invitation in Word and insert it into a blank PowerPoint slide. (Insert – Object – select from file your Word document) Click on it and drag it to make it smaller. No click on it again and select Copy, then paste and you can then move it alongside or below the original. Repeat until your slide is full. Print Preview to check it, then print it. You can insert different names in each using Insert – Text Box.

07.03.10

That's a really good idea, my b/f of 5yrs and I have also considered that instead of legal marriage. I think you can probably use most of the same terminology as in a wedding invitation. I'd say find something you like online or in a wedding magazine, then take out or replace any words that specifically say marriage. For example, you could choose to say "please join us in celebrating the union between xxx and xxx". Union doesn't necessarily imply marriage, but it does represent the commitment you two are making. Synonyms are fun and really useful =P Try http://www.dictionary.com, it has a link to a good thesaurus. Good luck and an extra pat on the back for not sticking to convention. Glad to see there are people out there who don't think it's crazy to have a wedding without a marriage. =D

07.03.10

Spotify officially became available in the U.S. today — although invitations to use the free version of the service are in limited supply.

07.03.10

I would say 175 TOTAL. No more.

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