I was fortunate in my twin experiences of being at General Magic for 4 years beginning in 1991, as well as contributing in a small way to the making of this film for the last few years. In the nearly 20 years between the two, I harbored mostly negative experiences about the business of General Magic, but almost universally positive memories about the people with whom I had the great fortune to have worked. I am grateful for Bill Atkinson's brilliant observation at the post-screening Q&A in San Jose about the film providing a bridge of sorts that spanned the feelings of grief and loss to a place where he could remember the great things about the experience. I am grateful that Mike, Sarah, Dee and Matt gave me the opportunity to build that bridge for myself, and to help provide it for those who have seen the film. I'm so proud of the film team's vision and persistence because this film delivers a very important message about the relationship between failure and success. I believe this film is deeply relevant in today's world, and had we at General Magic had benefit of such a story, some things might have happened differently. Or at least we all would have understood it better.