QR-code for Accessnorton.com

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Is there a QR code for accessnorton.com?
i dont want to know how easy it is to create one, i want the code please.
thanks
Craig
nevermind, I did ti!
 

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Fast Eddie, it is the image that Craig showed at the bottom of his post.

It's used as a shortcut for smartphones, etc.

By having your smartphone read a QR Code it will go directly to the webpage embedded within the QR Code.

Using it for one's self I don't think it is really anything more than a bookmark, but buy having one on your smartphone you can display the QR Code on your phone so that someone you are with can have their smartphone scan the code on your display and their phone will immediately go to the webpage - in this case the AccessNorton Forum frontpage.
 

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Bloody smart phones, they are taking over the world, I am like my Norton, old school and loving it.
 

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AlanColes said:
Fast Eddie, it is the image that Craig showed at the bottom of his post.

It's used as a shortcut for smartphones, etc.

By having your smartphone read a QR Code it will go directly to the webpage embedded within the QR Code.

Using it for one's self I don't think it is really anything more than a bookmark, but buy having one on your smartphone you can display the QR Code on your phone so that someone you are with can have their smartphone scan the code on your display and their phone will immediately go to the webpage - in this case the AccessNorton Forum frontpage.

Wow, I knew I was a Luddite, but...!

On a similar theme, I fly a lot, and tend to read books to ease the tedium of delays etc. I have become more and more aware of late that I get interesting looks from people who seem to be thinking Ahhh, how quaint... He still reads ACTUAL books...!
 

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The QR code is super cool. We scanned it with 2 phones and it took us to this site...

Cheers
 
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ashman said:
Bloody smart phones, they are taking over the world, I am like my Norton, old school and loving it.

gidday Ashley. yeah mate u r so right. dinosaurs gotta stick together. I cant even buy a dumb phone, the damn smart ones dont even have a key pad. not too bloody smart hey.
old school forever. bradley
 

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B.Rad said:
ashman said:
Bloody smart phones, they are taking over the world, I am like my Norton, old school and loving it.

gidday Ashley. yeah mate u r so right. dinosaurs gotta stick together. I cant even buy a dumb phone, the damn smart ones dont even have a key pad. not too bloody smart hey.
old school forever. bradley

I have a dumb phone....but it is still smarter than me. I can fly an airplane, but cannot use one of those new I-gadgets....go figure.
 
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B.Rad, if you were looking for a Smartphone with keyboard, then BlackBerry has a couple that work very well.

Fast Eddie, I agree, there is no substitute for the tactile experience of reading an actual book much like riding a Norton, one has to do it to get it. :D

However, there are times when having ready access to digital technology is good and helpful. All my manuals and tech articles for my Commando and R90S plus several other vehicles I fool around with, are on mine and they have been very helpful from time to time. Damn hard to read, but better than not having access to them. Lots of folks suggest going to Boyer/Tri-Sparc is sacrilege, I prefer to think of it as progress. I know, a set of points won't leave a moderately competent wrench stranded on the road, but (knock-on-wood), very few of the newest E-Is do either and they certainly don't bounce the timing/advance/etc all over the place.

I like and embrace both the old and the new. Give me a choice between a NOS OE 850 cylinder head and a Fullauto (provided I've saved sufficient pennies) and I know exactly which I'd choose for anything outside a show / museum restoration, no contest.

Slick, most everything I have is smarter than me. :? Also, there are still plenty of things that require absolutely no technology at all that I have very little to no command of, and likely never will. :(
 
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Gidday All.

Alan Coles thank you for your reply. Fast Eddie, texas Slick, yes, does our age really show that much???.

My wife and I chuckle about modern social media. I have nothing to do with Facebook and the likes. an invitation to robbers is more likely. I am not home now. please come and take my refrigerator and TV. or more serious, my identity.

Wife says how did the human race manage to hook up and reproduce before there were facebook and smartphones and internet dating.

Some of us more dedicated blokes did not shirk our duty. Saturday night was bath night whether needed or not and if getting desperate for female company a shave was probably mandatory too. With a sense of duty off we lobbed to the beer garden . not even discos then. Then the long process of putting on the beer goggles. Perserverance was the secret to putting on the Goggles. that usually took a few hours. If lucky, some fine shelia who had her goggles on too would engage in the social niceities. repeat each week ad nauseum.

When I met the wife in a Pub, I certainly did not ask her to show me her QR code. not on the first date anyway.

Pre digital age tales of English and American mating rituals would be interesting to hear

peace and good fortune to all Aussie bradley
 

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B.Rad said:
Gidday All.

Alan Coles thank you for your reply. Fast Eddie, texas Slick, yes, does our age really show that much???.

My wife and I chuckle about modern social media. I have nothing to do with Facebook and the likes. an invitation to robbers is more likely. I am not home now. please come and take my refrigerator and TV. or more serious, my identity.

Wife says how did the human race manage to hook up and reproduce before there were facebook and smartphones and internet dating.

Some of us more dedicated blokes did not shirk our duty. Saturday night was bath night whether needed or not and if getting desperate for female company a shave was probably mandatory too. With a sense of duty off we lobbed to the beer garden . not even discos then. Then the long process of putting on the beer goggles. Perserverance was the secret to putting on the Goggles. that usually took a few hours. If lucky, some fine shelia who had her goggles on too would engage in the social niceities. repeat each week ad nauseum.

When I met the wife in a Pub, I certainly did not ask her to show me her QR code. not on the first date anyway.

Pre digital age tales of English and American mating rituals would be interesting to hear

peace and good fortune to all Aussie bradley

Bradley, you were obviously one of the flash guys, I mean, a bath EVERY Saturday...!?!
 
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Fast Eddie said:
B.Rad said:
Gidday All.

Alan Coles thank you for your reply. Fast Eddie, texas Slick, yes, does our age really show that much???.

My wife and I chuckle about modern social media. I have nothing to do with Facebook and the likes. an invitation to robbers is more likely. I am not home now. please come and take my refrigerator and TV. or more serious, my identity.

Wife says how did the human race manage to hook up and reproduce before there were facebook and smartphones and internet dating.

Some of us more dedicated blokes did not shirk our duty. Saturday night was bath night whether needed or not and if getting desperate for female company a shave was probably mandatory too. With a sense of duty off we lobbed to the beer garden . not even discos then. Then the long process of putting on the beer goggles. Perserverance was the secret to putting on the Goggles. that usually took a few hours. If lucky, some fine shelia who had her goggles on too would engage in the social niceities. repeat each week ad nauseum.

When I met the wife in a Pub, I certainly did not ask her to show me her QR code. not on the first date anyway.

Pre digital age tales of English and American mating rituals would be interesting to hear

peace and good fortune to all Aussie bradley

Bradley, you were obviously one of the flash guys, I mean, a bath EVERY Saturday...!?!

Yes indeed Eddie. no shirking for us lads. I'll give ya the drum mate. the worst part was once a month the use of soap was compulsory.
Ughhh!!! Aussie Bradley
 

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B.Rad said:
Fast Eddie said:
B.Rad said:
Gidday All.

Alan Coles thank you for your reply. Fast Eddie, texas Slick, yes, does our age really show that much???.

My wife and I chuckle about modern social media. I have nothing to do with Facebook and the likes. an invitation to robbers is more likely. I am not home now. please come and take my refrigerator and TV. or more serious, my identity.

Wife says how did the human race manage to hook up and reproduce before there were facebook and smartphones and internet dating.

Some of us more dedicated blokes did not shirk our duty. Saturday night was bath night whether needed or not and if getting desperate for female company a shave was probably mandatory too. With a sense of duty off we lobbed to the beer garden . not even discos then. Then the long process of putting on the beer goggles. Perserverance was the secret to putting on the Goggles. that usually took a few hours. If lucky, some fine shelia who had her goggles on too would engage in the social niceities. repeat each week ad nauseum.

When I met the wife in a Pub, I certainly did not ask her to show me her QR code. not on the first date anyway.

Pre digital age tales of English and American mating rituals would be interesting to hear

peace and good fortune to all Aussie bradley

Bradley, you were obviously one of the flash guys, I mean, a bath EVERY Saturday...!?!

Yes indeed Eddie. no shirking for us lads. I'll give ya the drum mate. the worst part was once a month the use of soap was compulsory.
Ughhh!!! Aussie Bradley

WOW... you had SOAP...!
 
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Yes again Eddie. Soap, and lots of it. Thats one of the advantages of living in the Antipodes. We learned a lot from OL Blighty.
Though since transportation stopped, there is a surplus of the bloody stuff. everyone uses it these days. it is no longer hard to get.
though there remain similarities between us.
A common expression of a thirsty shearer is that he is as dry as a Pommies towel.
Solidarity forever Aussie bradley
 

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B.Rad said:
Yes again Eddie. Soap, and lots of it. Thats one of the advantages of living in the Antipodes. We learned a lot from OL Blighty.
Though since transportation stopped, there is a surplus of the bloody stuff. everyone uses it these days. it is no longer hard to get.
though there remain similarities between us.
A common expression of a thirsty shearer is that he is as dry as a Pommies towel.
Solidarity forever Aussie bradley

"Dry as a Pommies towel"...

Love it !!
 
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