Because once someone has made a mark on the screen, they go home and I get to look at it everyday...all day... till I get another computer. I had an iMac at work that I inherited from another employee.. it had 2 light marks. Every time I was cloning my daily shots.. I would think those were spots of dust on the pics and try to clone them out.
Pointing often results in touching.. people just don't realize how close they are.... Besides... when you start putting your finger close to my monitor... how do I know when or where you are going to stop?
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