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April, 2014

  1. Find your Facebook profile ID

    April 30, 2014 by admin

    You can find your Facebook profile name in your account settings. When you login to Facebook, in the upper-right corner of any Facebook page you’ll find a small arrow (shown in the picture).


    Facebook settings button

    Facebook settings button

    Click on it and in the dropdown list select Settings. This will take you to the General Account Settings page of your Facebook profile. In the Username field you’ll find your Profile Name, after the Facebook URL (highlighted in picture). Just copy text after the

    Edit Facebook name

    Edit Facebook name

    This is your Facebook profile name, which you should copy to our Facebook QR code generator, in order to create your personalized Facebook QR code.

    If you wish to change this name into something more unique, you can do this by clicking on Edit button. Keep in mind that Facebook has the limit the number of times you can change your name, to make sure that everyone uses their real name. If you are not able to change your name, try contacting Facebook support.


  2. Facebook QR code generator

    April 29, 2014 by admin

    We have created a free QR code generator service for easier sharing of your Facebook Pages. Just enter your profile name and click the Button.

    This QR code will help you create easily scannable Facebook links. Once scanned QR will open Facebook app on mobile device (Smartphone, tablet, …) and in it the one of the pages you selected during QR code creation. offers several options for Facebook link: Profile, Photos, Fan Page and Albums. This way you can direct people to your profile page (Personal or Business), invite them to see your product or services galleries, thus inviting them to become your fans. Enjoy sharing!

    codeQRcode Facebook QR code generator

    Try our free Facebook QR Code generator here >>.


    Codes have been tested with latest versions of mobile devices. Some older devices may have problems interpreting the content.

  3. World Book & Copyright Day

    April 23, 2014 by admin

    Today is another of those (holi)days we often fail to remember: April 23rd is a World Book Day, but also a Copyright Day.

    Exempt form Wikipedia

    The connection between 23 April and books was first made in 1923 by booksellers in Spain as a way to honor the author Miguel de Cervantes who died on that day. In 1995, UNESCO decided that the World Book and Copyright Day would be celebrated on this date the date is also the anniversary of the birth and death of William Shakespeare, the death of Miguel de Cervantes, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega and Josep Pla, and the birth of Maurice Druon, Manuel Mejía Vallejo and Halldór Laxness. Although 23 April is often stated as the anniversary of the deaths of both William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes, this is not strictly correct. Cervantes died on 22 April and was buried on 23 April according the Gregorian calendar; however, at this time England still used the Julian calendar. Whilst Shakespeare died on 23 April by the Julian calendar in use in his own country at the time, he actually died eleven days after Cervantes because of the discrepancy between the two date systems. The apparent correspondence of the two dates was a fortunate coincidence for UNESCO.

    European Commission has published a board on Pinterest with interesting choice of old book covers.