From the Caribbean to the Latest in Technology
Erin and I just got back from our honeymoon in Jamaica. It was our first time there and we were in heaven. The sun was bright and hot and the Caribbean waters refreshing, crystal clear and teaming with life. The immediate area around our traditional Jamaican cottage was also full of wildlife. Each day we were amazed by the flora and fauna that appeared before us, including hummingbirds, parrots, lizards, geckos, ominous spiders, sea turtles, flying fish, sea urchins, starfish, cuttlefish and countless species of fish. The stairways from our cottage leading to the water went alongside the 20-to 30-foot cliffs for which the West Coast of Jamaica is known. While walking down the stairs we were humbled by the structure of the cliffs’ coral. It was hard to tell if it was fossilized or still in a calcified state but the sheer quantity of living organisms contained in the cliffs was unbelievable. It was great to take a break from technology and appreciate nature and its diversity.
In contrast, back in the office I arrived at my desk to find out the latest in consumer technology, Apple’s iPad. With it quickly growing in popularity, DDA is finding a great opportunity to help those with iPad and iPhone incompatible websites and making them iPad and iPhone friendly. I’m also really excited to continue working with the iPhone SDK in order to build iPhone and iPad apps for our diverse client base.