There is no dearth of good CD/DVD burning tools for Ubuntu. Brasero Disc Burner comes as default in Ubuntu and it is a good enough tool with almost all functionalities you expect from a basic CD/DVD burning application. But what really are the alternatives. Here is a quick listing of very good CD/DVD burning applications available for Linux(in no particular order). Read on.
K3B - KDE Burning Tool K3B has been my favorite CD/DVD burning tool ever since I started using Ubuntu some 4 years ago. K3B is a Qt based application and it might look a bit out of place in Ubuntu GNOME desktop. But from a functionality point of view K3B is far ahead of all its competitors.
GnomeBaker Burning Tool
GnomeBaker is a free and open source CD/DVD authoring application for Linux. It is based on GNOME desktop environment. GnomeBaker comes equipped with functionalities like: Drag and drop to create data CDs (including drag and drop to and from the Nautilus file manager), Create audio CDs from existing WAV, MP3…
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So if you are fat and out of shape, it isn't because of something you don't know; it's because of what you aren't willing to do. Be honest with yourself, what is that you aren't willing to do? Are you aren't willing to push away the plate? Are you not willing to stop eating sweets and other healthy foods? Are you not willing to exercise. Take responsibility and control of your health because only you can change you.
I don't write this as some naturally skinny person but as someone who has been fat my entire life. I was wearing husky jeans in the 2nd grade and went through all the teasing that fat kids go through. I have heard every insult and have tried every diet.