Originally Posted by tribalogical
I actually thought my on-topic observations were more interesting… but instead I started a long grammar discussion! Oi vey!
Go over to macfixit.com and read Topher Kessler's articles. Then you can start a long grammar discussion about how many conditional phrases the guy can string together consecutively in a single sentence. For example:
To check the amount of memory your Mac has, if you have a mouse, while holding onto the mouse, if you can see the mouse pointer on the screen, while moving the mouse with your hand, when the mouse pointer on the screen moves, after moving the mouse pointer over the Apple menu, if you have your finger on the mouse button, after clicking on the Apple menu, when you see the menu open, while moving the mouse pointer down, when "About This Mac" is highlighted, if your finger is still on the mouse button, click on "About This Mac".