Apple’s Exclusive Interview with Adam Davidson

Apple Computer: Adam, thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us today.
Adam Davidson: You’re welcome.
AC: Tell us about your history with Apple Computer.
AD: Glad to. I was a first adopter. I was an Apple guy back in the days of Windows 3.1 and 95. I believed in Macintosh computers back when I was part of the 10%. I even remember sitting in front of an Apple IIe and playing Oregon Trail.
AC: Ha! That game is so old!
AD: Well… then so am I!
AD & AC: (shared uncomfortable laughter).
AC: Well, you’re obviously a fan. What are your hopes and dreams for these post-Steve days at Apple?
AD: Just keep doing what you’re doing and things should go fine.
AC: Really? There’s nothing that could be improved?
AD: Well… there is the issue with iCloud and iCal sync. I’ve been pretty disappointed with that.
AC: Thanks so much for your time!
AD: I mean… it seems like it should just work. Every time I look at migrating over to iCal, something makes it seem like a bad idea. I even tried again today and came across this helpful bit of info that, more or less, made me go back to a hand-written calendar again.
AC: Hm. You’re right. It seems like it should just work.
AD: Thank you.
AC: Sorry for your troubles. Would you like a complimentary copy of Oregon Trail?
AD: That sounds fun, but what I’d really like is for iCal to reliably sync between my devices.
AC: (uncomfortable silence).  Would you like that in 5 1/4″ floppy?

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