Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 2
"If you travel with a trusted friend, send the friend through screening first so that he or she can wait for your computer and pick it up safely. (You can then take care of both yours and the other person's computer.) Any item that stays in your computer case or bags that you will open during travel can be wrapped in simple white paper or thrown into an opaque plastic bag. These can be torn by security personnel if they want to, but should your installation CDs fall on the floor, people won't necessarily see what you carry. Just make sure the resulting wrapped CDs don't look too suspicious, or you are probably going to end up in trouble."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Sep 8, 2004 )
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