If you can, get your chassis open and make sure there is no moisture on your motherboard, and pull your hard drive just in case any liquid got inside the chassis. That way, if the hardware is toasted, you can take your drive to a computer repair place where they can pull the files off. Or you could slave it to another computer and do it yourself... Your keyboard may be sticky, but parts like that can actually be ordered separately as replacements from most manufacturers. Don't put alcohol on the internal hardware!!! anything that is a circuit board ie motherboard, ram, etc should not be exposed to liquid. I can't tell you how many computers I've gotten in my years of working in end user IT that have seen spills, one lady spilled "coffee" on hers and when I opened it up red wine POURED out of it. At 8 am in the morning :P A soda spill is not necessarily a death sentence, and depending on what is dead a lot of the parts can be replaced as long as the key components are not shorted out from the liquid!