05 Feb '16, 9pm

@colinsteinke More like a near-death experience, but nearly equivalent psychological trauma.

@colinsteinke More like a near-death experience, but nearly equivalent psychological trauma.

1. Don’t drink hot liquids next to a laptop. 2. If saving a document to a Google Drive folder, make sure the folder is actually synching to Google Drive before entrusting the manuscript you’ve been working on for eight months to the Cloud. 3. Tilt a dripping Macbook Air down and to your right to avoid introducing your Oregon Chai to your processor. (Maybe. This is not professional advice. Ask your Apple professional how best to hold a dripping laptop.) 4. But first, turn the laptop off. 5. Like, turn it off immediately. Don’t just stand there with your dripping laptop cussing and screaming like an idiot while the chai seeps through that marvelously “integrated” system and starts embracing it with its eager, sticky fingers. This will only upset your laptop, which will start wigging out right along with you. 6. Try not to do any of this two days before Christmas. It sorta da...

Full article: http://rachelheldevans.com/blog/chai-meets-mac

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