Why can’t I access the MOREon datbase?

 

23 December, 2019

The database is a work in progress.  When completed, registered users with the proper password, will be able to access the data.

Notification of availability will be posted on the website home page when the database is available.

What Do All The Acronyms Mean?

 

Commonly Used Acronyms.  Do you have a favorite you think we should add?  Drop us a line!

For a more complete list try  http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php

-A-

AAAAA – American Association Against Acronym Abuse
AAMOF – As A Matter OF Fact
AAR – At Any Rate (sometimes AAR8)
AB – Ass Backwards
ACK – Acknowledgement
AFAIK – As far as I know
ADAD – Another Day Another Dollar
AFK – Away from keyboard

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B/C – Because
BIBI – Bye Bye (sometimes bibi)
BRB – Be right back
BTW – By the way

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FAQ – Frequently Asked Question
FWIW – For what it’s worth
FYI – For your information

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IIRC – If I recall correctly
IMHO – In my humble opinion
IMNSHO – In my not-so-humble opinion
IMO – In my opinion
IRL – In real life

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JK – Just kidding

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LMAO – Laughing my ass off
LMFAO – Laughing my fucking ass off
LOL – Laughing out loud

-M-

MORE – More Opportunities for Relevant Eduction
MORE – Many Other Roads to Education
MORE – (ok, there’s one more but we’ve forgotten it.)

-N-

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OMG – Oh my god
OTOH – On the other hand

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ROFL – Rolling on floor laughing
ROTFL – Rolling on the floor laughing
ROFLMAO – Rolling on the floor laughing my ass off

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SNAFU – Situation Normal, All Fucked UP
SOP – Standard Operating Procedures

-T-

TAFN – That’s all for now
TANSTAFL – There Ain’t No Such Thing As a Free Lunch
TIA – Thanks in advance
TTFN – Ta ta for now
TTYL – Talk to you later

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YMMV – Your mileage may vary
YW – You’re welcome

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Why do my screens take so long to load?

 

People seem to like to download and print various pictures and photos.  In order that they can get the highest picture quality we have tried to upload pictures and photos at the maximum file size.  (This hasn’t always been possible but we’ve given it the ‘ol Project M.O.R.E. try.)  Naturally the larger the file the longer time it takes to display.

What happened to the old TUSD Alternative ED Alumni website?

 

Until recently, the website TUSD Alternative ED Alumni had it’s own registered domain (alternativeedalumni.com) and was accessed at a paid hosting organization.  Upon reviewing the records for this site we found that it attracted few visitors and therefore it was economically unsound to continue to maintain the site.

Instead of eliminating the site, it was incorporated into the https://projectmorealumni.com domain as a sub-set of Project MORE Alumni.  This allowed us to keep all content as displayed in the old website.