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The Missing Credits

About the Authors

About the Creative Team

Acknowledgments

The Missing Manual Series



About the Authors

David Pogue is the weekly computer columnist for the New York Times , an Emmy-winning correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning , and the creator of the Missing Manual series. He's the author or co-author of 37 books, including 16 in this series and six in the "For Dummies" line (including Macs, Magic, Opera , and Classical Music ). In his other life, David is a former Broadway show conductor, a magician, and a pianist. News and photos await at www.davidpogue.com.

He welcomes feedback about his books by email at david@pogueman.com.

J. D. Biersdorfer (iTunes chapters) writes the weekly computer Q & A column for the Circuits section of The New York Times . She also writes an occasional Circuits feature story and has penned articles for The New York Times Book Review , the AIGIA Journal of Graphic Design , and Rolling Stone . After living all over the country as a former Air Force brat and theater technician, she planted herself in New York City in 1989. In her limited spare time, she plays the banjo and watches far too much CNN Headline News. Email: jdbiersdorfer@mac.com.

Erica Sadun (iDVD chapters) holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has written, co-writ-ten and contributed to almost two dozen books about technology, particularly in the areas of programming, digital video, and digital photography. An unrepentant geek, Erica has never met a gadget she didn't need. Her checkered past includes run-ins with NeXT, Newton, and a vast array of both successful and unsuccessful technologies. When not writing, she and her geek husband parent three adorable geeks -in-training, who regard their parents with unrestrained bemusement. Email: erica@mindspring.com.

Derrick Story ( contributor to the iPhoto chapters) is the managing editor of O'Reilly Network (www.oreillynet.com) and Mac DevCenter (www.macdevcenter.com), which he created in December, 2000 for O'Reilly Media. His other books include Digital Photography Pocket Guide, 2nd Edition; Digital Video Pocket Guide ; and Digital Photography Hacks . Derrick continues to hone his shooting skills through his photo business, Story Photography (www.storyphoto.com), which specializes in digital imaging and special events. His photographs are featured in this book.