Qurify – would this appeal to teen patrons?

I’m assuming that we all know about QR codes, and have probably considered how we might use them to promote books, websites, or simply as a tool for engaging that complex audience we call teens.  Now, here comes Qurify with the next logical step.  This programme allows you to codify messages of up to 255 characters.  What a great way to organize a scavenger hunt in the library!  Thinking back to birthday treasure hunts created by my mother, where every gift had to be decoded by solving the anagram or working out the clues… big fun, and huge potential to engage patrons with library resources.  So, can you answer my purely rhetorical question?

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