Hi! I just did my show... I spilled some coffee on my macbook. Seemed to work, but keyboard was gone... anyway, I turned it off and I'm waiting for it to dry. I don't know the real amount of the damages. I know that maybe I will have to bury it, but I have another problem... Computers store enormous amount of important information nowadays... like, for instance, my thesis, very useful in a few months when I'm taking my degree in engineering I have some backups but... the most recent of them were taken by time machine... so I have two questions: 1. In the worst situation, in which I have to buy a completely new macbook because mine drowned in my 5 o'clock coffee... will I be able to get my thesis from my time machine backups? I mean, the HD won't be the same, will it be possible? 2. Now, I'm working on my Linux system... I see it can access the time machine HD... but I can't understand how it is organised. Is it possible to get my thesis (LyX file) with my Linux system? I guess it is not... but I ask it anyway. Thanks for any information you can give me!