"MURPHY'S LAW" FOR COMPUTERS
December 19, 2006 5:45pm CST
* As soon as you delete a worthless file, you'll need it. * Installing one "updated" program will always screw up at least two useful old ones. * The likelihood of a hard disk crash is in direct proportion to the value of the material that hasn't been backed up. * You can't win them all, but you sure can lose them all. * There are only two kinds of computer users: those whose hard disks have crashed, and those whose hard disks haven't crashed - yet. * Anything can be made to work if you fiddle with it. If you fiddle with something long enough, you'll break it.