It is about learning more about the history of my home, this amazing city Londontown. Every significant event that ever transpired in London, from prehistoric times before Londinium was even founded by the Romans to the Blitz of World War II to last year's Occupy London movement, are recorded here. It was a fascinating visit.
|For educational purposes only|
enNokTagQ U nokt.ag/n001202
This translates to a Nokia short URL: http://nokt.ag/n001202 (d'oh), which when typed onto a web browser would forward the user to the Museum of London's relevant site concerning the exhibit in question.
Still, not all is lost. Even if the tags in questions were quite, uhm, lame; to dismiss them totally would be shortsighted. As demonstrated by the Tags app, saving the tags in question allows visitors to access the content later should they wish to from the comfort of their home. While this sort of defeats the purpose of visiting a museum in the first place, it does make sense from an educational point of view. Students, especially those from outside London, could easily save any exhibits that they wish to study more later on. It is useful for a select few, even if it doesn't conform to a techie's idea of a glamorous exhibition.
|A foreigner's view of London|
Become a Museum of London expert: Use NFC to learn about exhibits and download the Soundtrack of London app (only Nokia Symbian phones apply here)