So today after breakfast I opened up my Macbook to check messages and such and I noticed beads of water on the screen and keyboard. There weren't enough to sound an alarm in my head, so I shrugged it of thinking it was my brother, who somehow got some water splatter there. The screen wouldn't lit up though, so I thought the battery had gone empty. So I went on to plug my macbook and the charging indicator would't light. This got me worried, so I opened it up and there was a little water near the superdrive(the logic board seemed dry as far as I could tell. I dried it off and took the battery, display and superdrive off so I could see, if there was anymore water underneath. I didn't see any, but I put some dry rice where the superdrive sits and put the topcase into a plastic bag with some more rice in it. TL;DR - noticed water in Macbook, put it in a bag with rice. Anything else I could/should do? My main concern is the charging indicator not lighting up, is something fried in the circuit? I put the charger in a bag of rice as well, but I didn't have much rice so I have to get more. I don't know how the water got there, but I suspect my brother spilled the water he keeps on his nightstand on my computer and this might have happened during the night also(we share a room and currently I keep my macbook on a stand between our beds).