We’re excited to announce that our Windows Desktop app has now entered beta and is available for download for those running Windows Vista, 7 and 8. The Windows desktop app adds the ability to transfer files up to 10GB in size (for our Team based plans), as well as pausing and resuming transfers, sending whole folders and a whole lot more.
We’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of two more download server locations in Australia and Ireland, adding to our existing servers in the USA. These new servers will give our customers in Oceania and Europe much faster access to their files, as well as a smoother experience when previewing media files.
Customers in Australia and New Zealand are advised to switch to our Oceania region and customers in Europe are advised to switch to our Europe region.
You can now receive files right from your own website with our new upload widget. This increases trust for your file senders as they no longer need to leave your website and don’t need to know who or what a Digital Pigeon is.
The upload form can be installed directly into any page or can open as a window on top of an existing page when your visitor clicks a link with just a few lines of HTML code.
If you’re on the ‘Professional’ or ‘Team’ plan you can find instructions on adding the widget to your site from your ‘Received’ page. For instructions, look for the ‘Setup your widget’ link towards the bottom right of the page.
I feel like such an old man. I’m about to begin a sentence with, “In my day.” So forgive me, because I’ve just aged 70 years. But… in my day, we didn’t have hoopty computers to make memes. We had to get out there with a graffiti can. Shake it up a whole heck of a lot, and then spray it over a billboard. And what was the font? My-damn-hand. Not some Arial, Impact, Hell-vetica.
Yessir. I remember, when I sprayed my first meme, vandalism it was called back then. And we didn’t have the Googles and whatnot to share our handiworks. No, I took Polaroids, that’s what we called a photographic image, and I mailed a copy to each of my friends. All five of them. A Polaroid was expensive you know. A week later, they all laughed.
What’s with this whole generation of cat loving cataholics inundating our humble interwebs with cat videos, catvertising and general catness. I personally think that the Kitlers, yes, the cats that look like Hitler, http://bit.ly/2Yx1Vgare are somehow behind this quest for cat domination.
So we’re going to combat the cat. Digital Pigeon is proud to present our favourite commercial creativity featuring birds. Let us know what you think.
I’m no Jedi Master of Creativity. Nor am I a Sith Lord of Creativity for that matter. But it seems, that to make a great ad the only truthful insight you need is, “Star Wars is awesome.” And in the words of Yoda, one of few cultural references it is, generations it spans.
It’s why more and more companies are picking up light sabers and duelling to the death, or at least until one of them declares that they’re the other’s father.
So today, we’re going to give you our top ads featuring Star Wars references. I’d love to know what you think.