After fighting with the OS X 10.2.5 upgrade for a few days, I've discovered the secret to making this stuff work and am ready to share it with the world.
Step 1: Fight with the software.
Step 2: Get really pissed off.
Step 3: Write a nasty rant about it for your blog.
Step 4: Try one final time before posting the rant.
That's it. It'll work on the last try. Every time. Now if only Apple could build a blogging tool into Mac OS X, this process might go a bit more quickly.
What you use to clean off your LCD screen(s)? I have a few notebooks of varying age and some external LCD monitors. Being the slob I am, I haven't cleaned them in a long, long time. Now I'm trying to figure out the best way to clean them without leaving streaks and without damaging them.
So, on this Easter Sunday, I ask... what do you use? Water? Windex? CRT wipes? Other?
(I bet you didn't know that Windex had a web site. I didn't either until I Googled for it.)