Last week Dad and I visited McDonald’s Noarlunga. Previously, I had seen these new machines in there where you could order your food, but I had not yet tried them out. Dad was like, “can’t we go to Hungry Jack’s?” And I was like, “noooo! Let’s go to McDonald’s.” I told Dad about the new machines, and with a little chuckle he said that actually really interested him, so off we went. As far as I knew, it was just a new way to order anything you wanted from the menu and allowed you to customise your order to some degree. Once I got in there I walked over to the machines and went to order a McFeast, with Dad watching eagerly by my side. Not too long into the process, I was approached by a McDonald’s manager named Saxon. He was a very good-looking guy with a lot of charisma and charm and I liked him straight away.
Like any good Apple fan, I like to keep up-to-date with what’s happening in the Applesphere. Early in the morning on Tuesday, 9th of June, 2:30am – 4:30am Adelaide time, I tuned into the livestream of the Apple WWDC15 keynote. Being a prolific tweeter, I live-tweeted my reactions to the whole event.
For those of you who don’t know what WWDC is, it stands for Worldwide Developers Conference and is held by Apple annually in San Francisco, California. It’s a week-long conference where Apple showcases their new software and technologies to developers, and also includes hands-on labs and in-depth sessions on a number of topics, as well as the Apple Design Awards ceremony.