I'm so Sticky
I’ve scanned my two books into the StickyBits service and attached a few bits. If this doesn’t make any sense to you, go over to StickyBits and check it out. In short, it’s a social sharing service of sorts that allows you to attach files to bar codes entered into the system. I’ve attached a few freebies to the bar codes for my books — a “behind the scenes” PDF guide for Please, some images, a new short story and a clip from an interview for The Warhol Gang. Just little bonuses for anyone who’s bought the books and wants some added value. But anyone else can add a file to the bar code, or the bar code of any product for that matter. All you need to do to view the bits attached to bar codes is download the StickyBits app to your smartphone and start scanning.
Above is the bar code for The Warhol Gang. You can scan it directly off the screen with the StickyBits app. And if you don’t want to view the attached files on your phone, the app syncs everything with the StickyBits website, so you can view the bits on your computer or whatever device you’re using.
I know, I know, if you can view the bar code for The Warhol Gang here, then you don’t need to buy the book to get the freebies. But I figure if you’re already visiting here….