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Just bought a Blackbook! I was this (--) close to getting a white, but ****, the blackness is beautiful...

I went through all the updating and installed a few programs like Stuffit and VLC. Anything else I should do for the OS, software and programs?

Protecting the exterior and aesthetics? Should I get a cloth? Mr Clean Eraser? Would the Invisible Shield or other shield/stickers be helpful for the Blackbook? I don't really see the point for now.

I have a black incase sleeve which I picked up at the store, and I'll be getting a Jack Pack http://www.amazon.com/Heavyweight-Cl...854981-7831337
for my Laptop bag.

Any other suggestions, tips?
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Just bought a Blackbook! I was this (--) close to getting a white, but ****, the blackness is beautiful...

I went through all the updating and installed a few programs like Stuffit and VLC. Anything else I should do for the OS, software and programs?

Protecting the exterior and aesthetics? Should I get a cloth? Mr Clean Eraser? Would the Invisible Shield or other shield/stickers be helpful for the Blackbook? I don't really see the point for now.

I have a black incase sleeve which I picked up at the store, and I'll be getting a Jack Pack http://www.amazon.com/Heavyweight-Cl...854981-7831337
for my Laptop bag.

Any other suggestions, tips?
I just got the same bag you ordered like 3-4 days ago, it's a very nice/elegant bag. Only thing - you'll definitely need that sleeve because the bag does not have any added padding, so it won't protect your MB that well. I got the green one, you? I think you can choose between green/black.

http://www.myfirstmac.com/index.php/...icles/5_things

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