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Re: Not a Mean Bone in This Lean Mac App Firm's Body
Posted by: Jeff Meisner 2009-02-10 01:43:00
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Not every Apple developer in the world is working on the next great iPhone application.
Some, like the people at SmileOnMyMac, still see a great deal of upside in creating programs for OS X-powered Mac computers. Since 2003, the quirkily named company has developed six applications for Mac computer users. Cofounded by partners Philip Goward, Greg Scown and Jean MacDonald, SmileOnMyMac has been profitable since day one. With Goward based in San Francisco, Scown in Castro Valley, Calif., and MacDonald in Portland, Ore., Smile OnMyMac is a true virtual company.


Super Software-Super Support!
Posted by: saxking20 2009-02-10 02:03:03 In reply to: Jeff Meisner
Been using DiscLabel in my recording studio for years and clients love the professional looking labels I can easily knock out for them.
The software is supported by response at the speed of light! I can send a question to them most any time of the day or night and get an answer within a very few minutes. SmileOnMyMac will put a smile on your face with their excellent support.
If you burn any CD's or DVD's, DiscLabel is what you need to finish the job with class!
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