While growing up, the big test of bravery was at the public swimming pool. The high diving board. If you could jump off that thing, you were officially a Big Kid. There was one big rule regarding the board (besides the ability to swim). Once you went up the big ladder, you had to jump. No going back. I’d like to say that is where I learned to be brave, but it is not. High diving boards are proving grounds for normal kids.Anyway, it was just something that crossed my mind today while taking the big jump to install Mac OS Leopard. I like taking risks, jumping in the deep water. Huge risks, but not stupid ones. I read the warning labels first. Skim through them. Thing is, the label better say “poison” on it, or I’m gonna try it. All is good so far except that it wiped out my print drivers. I did back up my hard drive before upgrading, so I’m not worried. The funny thing is, I had just gotten the software update from HP that allowed me to make draft copies instead of wasting a load of ink on every single document. That was yesterday. One day of printing bliss. Now that option is gone. Oh, and for some reason my blog admin page looks funny in my browser and is doing screwy things with paragraph breaks. Sorry to make you jump in with me. I’ll get it sorted out.