Best bug in the new Apple operating system: In some cases if you go into iCal and delete a desktop calendar — a natural action, since Leopard encourages you to use more elegant networked calendars instead — iCal doesn't just delete the calendar. It cancels every meeting on the calendar, even those created by someone else. A 100-person company I know of spent the day recovering after early adopters spammed each other with iCal automailings and employees erased meetings set up by their own managers, even those who hadn't upgraded. Best commentard post explaining how this is not Apple's fault it's theirs gets a $25 gift certificate to iTunes, provided I deem the post worthy. It has to score at least 4 out of 5 Daring Fireballs on my Apple-apologist-o-meter.