I think the presence of the logo is the problem, it makes it look official, like that's something that Ubuntu promotes.
ACLU's Ben Wizner: "When a soldier who shared information with the press and public is punished far more harshly than others who tortured prisoners and killed civilians, something is seriously wrong with our justice system."
(a) Why is that? Why can't package management fix a security problem?
(b) What package does
I'm sorry, I'm not a developer, but I don't think programs target desktop environment, there's almost no reason to target Unity, KDE or Gnome. What kind of application do you have in mind? I think links on desktops work pretty much the same, what exactly do you need to know about the desktop environment when you build your application?
In case if Fahrenheit it's true.
10s and 20s - damn cold
30s - freezing
40s - cold
50s - chilly
60s - cool
70s - room temp, t-shirt time
80s - warm
90s - hot
100s - very hot
Take Celsius is 26C warm or hot about about 31C? How about 17C is it too cold or only chilly?
And I'm saying as somebody who lived most of my life in a country with a metric system. Somehow I got used to Fahrenheit and I find it easier to follow for day to day things. I prefer metric for all the other stuff though.
Only that from what I understand programs share libraries in memory, if each program uses their own libraries then the bloat will be in the memory where it counts not only on the disk... Also, if you fix a bug in a library you have to update all the programs that use that library instead of updating only that library. Doesn't sound efficient to me and if it's a security related bug then you can expect the system to be vulnerable because somebody will be lazy patching their program.
What is wrong with Dr. Kevorkian, let's hope you won't get into the situation to beg doctors to end your life...
Why would they not let you in if they issued you a visa? If they don't want you in, they don't give you a visa. Stopping people at the border as opposed to tell them in advance is very costly and wasteful for travelers.
You know what's the problem, is that it's not clear they are going to ask to read your e-mail, I wouldn't have any problem if they ask 100% of the people 100% of the time, then I would know not to go there, however if I already made plans, bought a ticket, took vacation and then when I arrive at the airport they ask to read my e-mail I might have to agree only to make sure they don't screw up my plans. Their claim that is "only done is exceptional cases" is actually making the thing worse, how can I be sure they won't make me such a case? Maybe I posted something on slashdot that they don't like...
"In short, he says we should spring forward this one last time, without ever falling back." - So the problem is not DST, but the returning to the Standard Time....
Even better, join the youtube html5 trial, no flash needed (I don't think though it works for all the videos yet): http://www.youtube.com/html5
I'm doing the same thing, but the search on Amazon is atrocious.
"Look into the origin of the refuge camps, these people weren't fleeing from violence inflicted onto them, but from violence they hoped would be inflicted onto others." -- wow, doesn't your brain hurt from such rationalizations?
Wow, this is amazing, confusing an ad fortiori argument with a slippery slope and my pointing out your lack of understanding with an ad hominem attack (for what is worth an ad hominem attack has this form: "you are an idiot, therefore you can't understand the fallacies you listed" I merely said that you don't understand them, that's at most a unsubstantiated claim, but not an ad hominem attack)
I tend not to enter into debates with people who list more than one fallacy in their posts (even if they understand what they mean), I tried to show you the logic of his explanation since I observed you didn't get it in the first place, but I don't suffer of "there's somebody wrong on the Internet, I need to disprove/correct him" syndrome, so, I guess you'll have to find for yourself where your errors are, so sadly I let my claims unproven and you can continue to feel smug and right.
Ah, quoting "fallacies" without really understanding what they mean.
No, begging the question is something else, this is a simple argument that goes like this: you trust us with something more, therefore trusting us with something less shouldn't be a issue. There's nothing begging here, no logical flaw in it.