From the front page.....<br><br><br> Dennis Sellers joins MacMinute editorial team<br>December 8 - 06:00 EST It is with great pleasure we announce today the addition of Dennis Sellers to MacMinute's editorial team. Sellers, who wrote forMacCentral.com for the past eight years, was a newspaper editor/reporter for seven years and teacher for seven years. During his varied communications career, he has had over 3,000 magazine and newspaper articles published. Sellers has written about comics, fitness, photography, education, and a wide range of other subjects in numerous publications. In addition, he wrote character development material for children in grades K-4 as part of the Project Solution collaboration between The Tennessean newspaper and the Nashville school system. His degrees include a B.S. in communications (with an English minor), a M.Ed in special education, as well as a Tennessee teaching certificate.<br><br>"It's great to be working again with Stan (Stan Flack is MacMinute's publisher, as well as founder and former owner of MacCentral)," Sellers said. "We go back a long way, and this is like a homecoming for me. I look forward to being a part ofMacMinute's future, as well as flying the MacMinute 'colors' at Macworld San Francisco next month."<br><br>"I have known Dennis a very long time, and have come to respect not only his talent and integrity as a journalist and Mac professional, but as a personal friend," said Stan Flack, MacMinute's publisher. "Dennis will make an excellent addition to our editorial roster and will be an integral part of some major plans we have in store for MacMinute in 2004. Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to welcome home an old friend and colleague."<br><br>So please join us in welcoming Dennis to the team here at MacMinute! Developers wishing to schedule a meeting with him during the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco next month, please drop him a line as soon as possible.<br><br>
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