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Flare Code News Archive 


Mobile Content Aggregator Flare Code Premieres Major Update in the Columbus Dispatch

To help PGA tour fans keep track of Columbus's annual Memorial Tournament, the Columbus Dispatch is using Flare Code to gather all of their digital, video and social reporting on the tournament into a single mobile web page.
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Niklos Salontay, Co-Founder, Flare Code

Niklos Salontay of Flare Code speaks briefly on the inspiration behind his compnay and their QR codes.
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FLARE Code Tries to Create Buzz

The founders of FLARE Code are flying from Athens to Texas Friday, with a small team of employees, to test their product at arguably the biggest interactive tech show in the country, South by Southwest (SXSW).
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WOUB to host panel on 'fracking frenzy'

Hydraulic fracturing (known as fracking) will be the focus of a program on WOUB's "Newswatch In-Depth: Fracking Frenzy," airing Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. The panel discussion has been scheduled in conjunction with a multimedia project involving WOUB, The Athens NEWS and The Marietta Times, to shine a spotlight on the regional fracking issue. Much of the fracking-related content has been congregated on a mobile website that can be accessed with the "flare code" appearing on this page. The site was built with help from an OU student-developed company, Flare Code.
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Flare Code Holds Art Show

Athens, OH based development company Flare Code LLC held an Art Show at GG's Bubble Tea Cafe on Court Street which included artwork from various local artists and a musical appearance from Brother Tiger.
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Flare Code to make an appearance in Ohio University's newspaper this week

QR codes are coming to the Ohio University's student run newspaper, The Post. These codes are not the kind that people are becoming familiar with, however. The codes that will show up in The Post this week are Flare Codes. These custom QR codes come from a student-owned company by the same name. Flare Code seeks to conglomerate digital content into a single social network based entirely on QR codes.
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Student-owned Business Joins Content From WOUB, The Post With Special QR Codes

Beginning Wednesday, January 18, readers of Ohio University's student newspaper, The Post, will find a custom QR code called a Flare Code. Viewers of WOUB-TV will soon see Flare Codes incorporated into the evening news program "Newswatch" and online at woub.org.
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2012 Trade Show Exhibitors - Flare Code

Flare Code represents the next frontier of ultra-fast website creation. The current wave of social media exponentially increased the scope of online content by reducing the technical know-how needed to create a Web presence to, basically, "none."
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OU students' biz turns Twitter, Facebook, into an art

From Tweets and Facebook status updates to YouTube videos and RSS feeds, along with a myriad of other technological advancements that our society generates on a constant basis, the company, Flare Code, has found a way to combine all of these elements in one place through a revolutionary art show.
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Young entrepreneurs with a a 'flare' for QR codes

When Ian Bowman-Henderson entered journalism school at Ohio University, he had dreams of becoming a foreign correspondent. But three years later, eight months shy of graduation, he found himself debuting his own company, Flare Code, at the Excellence in Journalism Convention journalism expo on Monday, with career path leading in a slightly different direction.
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College Students Turned CEOs

As college sophomores, Ian Bowman-Henderson and Niklos Salontay dreamed of instantly linking real-world objects to the wealth of information and conversations about those objects online. Last November, the magazine-journalism majors, now seniors at Ohio University, launched Flare Code, a company that creates quick-response bar codes that may be placed on any item -- say, a magazine page or a business card.
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