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The Missing Credits > Acknowledgments - Pg. xxiii

The Missing Credits About the Author David Pogue is the weekly computer columnist for the New York Times and the creator of the Missing Manual series. He's the author or co-author of 25 books, including five in this series and six in the "For Dummies" line (including Magic, Opera, Classical Music, and The Flat-Screen iMac). In his other life, David is a former Broadway show conductor, a magician, and a pianist ( ). He welcomes feedback about Missing Manual titles by email: (If you need technical help, however, please refer to the sources in Appendix E.) About the Creative Team Nan Barber (copy editor) co-authored Office X for the Macintosh: The Missing Man- ual and Office 2001 for Macintosh: The Missing Manual. As the principal copy editor for this series, she has edited the titles on iPhoto, Mac OS 9, AppleWorks 6, iMovie, Dreamweaver 4, and Windows XP. Email: John Cacciatore (copy editor) works out of his home office in Woburn, Mass., where he is ardently engaged in the English major's freelance trinity: writing, editing, and proofing. Email: Dennis Cohen (technical reviewer) has served as the technical reviewer for many best- selling Mac books, including several editions of Macworld Mac Secrets and most Miss- ing Manual titles. He's the co-author of AppleWorks 6 for Dummies, Macworld Apple- Works 6 Bible, and Macworld Mac OS X Bible. Email: Phil Simpson (design and layout) works out of his office in Stamford, Connecticut, where he has had his graphic design business since 1982. He is experienced in many facets of graphic design, including corporate identity, publication design, and corporate and medical communications. Email: Alan Graham (research and testing) is an author for the O'Reilly Network and a design consultant for 3D, video, Web, user-interface, and FileMaker Pro. He has appeared in xxiii