Who knew that Orthodox monks were an advertising demographic targeted by computer companies? I suppose it should come as no surprise, though. And, for the record, I am yet to meet a monk who has an argument with the zipper. Nabokov's description of Timofey Pnin could apply to most every monk I've met:
On gadgets he gazed with a kind of dazed, superstitious delight. Electric devices enchanted him. Plastics swept him off his feet. He had a deep admiration for the zipper.Photograph by Eric Cable from the Fourth All-Diaspora Council. This should also put to rest any doubt that Apple is the only canonical computer.