Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, July 9, 2009

So, you’ve heard by now that we’re moving…to the cloud. Throughout this series of blog posts we’ll be explaining and sharing our entire experience with you. This post should really frame everything and give you an overall perspective on why we’ve decided to make this move. A little background Our move to the cloud really [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, July 5, 2009

I saw this sign and it’s caption today when visiting Cherokee, NC. I had to stop and get a snapshot to document the mediocrity. And laugh a little of course. I’m probably not the world’s best marketeer, (pretty sure that title belongs to Seth Godin), but there’s one thing about marketing I believe in 100%. [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, July 4, 2009

We hope you all are having a relaxing Independence Day. We sure are. Please take a moment to remember and honor those that have served and are currently serving our Country’s Military. Because of their service we can continue to enjoy our freedom and independence. Happy Independence Day from DDS.

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, July 1, 2009

A lot of you know that we’ve been deliberating for quite some time now about moving. We’ve done some cost analysis and we’ve absolutely beaten “Ben Franklin” to death. Now it’s official. We’ve made the decision to move. We’re moving…to the cloud. You’ve probably heard of the cloud, but just in case you haven’t here’s [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, June 30, 2009

It’s hard to believe that our company, Digital Design Solutions, aka DDS, is now three years old. That’s right, on June 13, 2009, we officially completed our third full year in business. Your support has played a very important role in our survival and success. For that, we want to say Thank You! We’ve decided [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, June 8, 2009

Highlights from today’s WWDC Keynote address: New MacBook Pro 15″ – improved display, improved battery life, processor speed increases, SD Card reader now included, entry level price dropped to $1,699. Enhancements to MacBook Pro 17″ – entry level product now has 2.8 GHz processor and 500GB Hard drive, entry level price dropped to $2,499. MacBook [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, June 8, 2009

Apple has now put the iPhone 3G within reach of the majority if not the entire United States cell phone market by lowering the price of the 8GB iPhone 3G to $99. Anyone out there still interested in the Palm Pre at $199….after rebate? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? I didn’t think so.

Posted by Kevin Gilbert, June 3, 2009

Just one day after North Carolina lawmakers approved changes to the state’s corporate tax laws designed to lure Apple and a $1 billion server farm project to one of their rural communities, the state’s Governor signed Senate Bill 575 into law and announced that the iPhone maker is coming to town. via AppleInsider | North [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, June 1, 2009

So, you’re checking back in to see if I in fact “checked back in” with the fine folks at Adobe about this issue. Well, I did , and to my amazement, my client finally has their copy of CS4 Design Standard delivered. Please note, this does not change my impression or perspective on Adobe even [...]

Posted by Jarrod Skeggs, June 1, 2009

Effective June 2, 2009, Apple is tightening their guidelines for their $99 per year One-to-One program. As of June 2, the One to One membership will only be offered to customers who purchase Macs through Apple’s direct channels – our retail stores and the Apple online store. The price for the program will remain $99. [...]



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