MacVoices #19255: Dennis Sellers Shares His MacBook Pro 16-Inch Experiences Dennis Sellers has been working with the new MacBook Pro 16-inch laptop, and joins us to share his experiences and impressions of the latest Mac’s power, keyboard, and screen. Find out how Dennis uses this in his work with Apple World Today among other projects, what other hardware he supplements the new Mac with, and why he gave up his iMac for this set-up. LightStream This edition of MacVoices is supported by LightStream. Low rates. Great Service. That's Lending Uncomplicated. Visit Lightstream.com/macvoices for a special discount just for MacVoices viewers and listeners. Linode This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone. To take $20 off your first order, visit Linode.com/macvoices and use the offer code “macvoices2019”. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he's doing on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Subscribe to the show: iTunes: - Audio in iTunes - Video in iTunes - HD Video in iTunes Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher: - Audio: - Video: Donate to MacVoices via Paypal or become a MacVoices Patron. Guests: Dennis Sellers is half of the AppleWorld.Today team. He has been a newspaper/editor reporter (seven years) and teacher (seven years). He has over 3,000 magazine, newspaper and online articles to his credit. Sellers has written about comic books (Amazing Heroes), fitness (Muscular Development), photography (Rangefinder, Digital Camera Magazine), caving (Tennessee Conservationist), education (EdTech News, Teachers in Focus, ParentGuide News), parenting issues (Nashville Parent, Vermont Parent & Child) and many other topics. He's had eight short stories published. Sellers has also covered the Mac and tech industries for a decade for such online publications as MacCentral, MacMinute, Macsimum News, Mac News, and Apple Daily News. His other current projects include work for MacTech and The Rocket Yard | The Other World Computing Blog.