Well, there are two organizations which use this acronym. One is an utterly useless bunch of bureaucrats, running the servers of one of the most successful open content projects, with no clue whatsoever about what its projects are doing or the people actually providing the content and the other is known for excellence in some areas of kitchenware.
That to lose weight, you have to eat less food and that this means sometimes feeling hungry.
No, one definitely does not have to eat less food or feel hungry to lose weight. One has to control for the food energy density to avoid feeling hungry, which is usually rather counterproductive when long term weight loss is the goal. See for example http://www.nutrition.org.uk/healthyliving/fuller/what-is-energy-density.html
Never forget that psychological factors will influence every diet and feeling hungry all the time is not the way to go.
...you might as well spy on everybody. Seriously, who ever thought there were rules to warfare?
Absolutely! Especially when you're waging a war against your own people, ie. the sovereign.
" waiting for you too blunder "
It appears you are trying to say "to"...
No, I think he was trying to say "U2"...
From now on you will all be put on double secret probation...
This is the wonderful thing. a single person with a spare bedroom is equal footing competition to a $100,000,000,000 studio.
Well, the single person with a spare bedroom and the camera also features quite prominently on a number of porn video sites.... I hear.
"Every month or two" is a myth. Update Pack 6 is LMDE 201303, Update Pack 7 was released in September and we haven't seen an update since.
Ubuntu became crap, ok, ish
I am pretty sure he will slip a systemd dependency into wayland somehow. Wayland is developed by xorg developers and will eventually replace xorg, so yes.
Today's moderators don't seem to have a clue, the above post is not funny but deeply insightful.
"Every once in a while" as in every other month. I have seen no security updates whatsoever in between the update packages.
If they really customised the Ubuntu installer, did they have to rip out essential functionality?
Debian is apparently not for you and Ubuntu is crap, no doubt.
I don't do that much fiddling on LMDE, but a system for which security updates are released every once in a while is completely unacceptable. They should just call it quits. And again, what is it with the installer? What is wrong with taking/forking/whatever a very good, capable and mature installer (I am talking about debian now...
Thing is, I really like the Mint desktop stuff, but the distros are so far a joke unfortunately.
If only we had places where information could be stored and searched so people who think they've figured out something new can actually look to see if it's new.
We do, it's fairly new and we call the "cloud"...
It's often easier to do a full save, a fresh install, and then restore whatever you need. My Linux Mint upgrades take about a day of work to get everything back to where I want it.
Dear Mint users, please stop calling it an upgrade when in fact you're doing a complete reinstall of the OS. I know that this idiocy is coming from the project's website ("In a "fresh" upgrade you use the liveCD of the new release to perform a new installation and to overwrite your existing partitions."), but that doesn't mean you have to use it outside the linuxmint forums.
It's only easier in case you don't use full disk encryption, which the installer still doesn't support. Why the project decided to write an installler from scratch I will never understand, and don't get me started on LMDE...
This is how Internet Explorer would look if you move the tabs to the top like in other browsers.
I have yet to understand the reason for the UI change in the other browsers.