Happy New Year (And a Huge Thank You) From All of Us at MacTrast!

Happy New Year (And a Huge Thank You) From All of Us at MacTrast!

It’s that time of year again – 2014 is nearly upon us, and the year as we know it is swiftly winding to an end. It really has been quite a year – a true roller coaster ride for all of us, as well, we expect, as many of you. We’re grateful for all of this year’s ups and downs – the events, the excitement, and especially, all of you – our wonderful readers that make it possible to do what we do.

MacTrast 2014

We just want to say a big thank you to all of our readers, Twitter followers, Google+ readers, RSS subscribers, and Facebook fans who spent hour upon hour on our site reading our content, RT’ing our tweets, and commenting on our articles. You’re a great bunch, and we truly love you and deeply appreciate the support you have shown us. From everyone at MacTrast.com – Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and so on!

In particular, we want to say a big thank you to all of our advertisers who backed the site in 2013. And also to our webhost for keeping the site running.

Finally, the biggest thanks of all goes out to the writers and contributors who devoted their time to making MacTrast.com a super awesome Apple news site. To Chris R., Henry, Jim, Nate, Ian, Christina, all of our guest contributors, and so many more wonderful, helpful folks than we can possibly list.

A special personal thanks goes out from me to my fantastic partner, co-editor, and friend Chris Hauk, who keeps my in line in the best of ways. And to the site owner, Cormac, for continuing to put up with the two of us year after year.

Thank you so much, from the very bottom of our hearts, for the great 2013, and here’s to a Mac-trastic 2014! You lot are the butter for our bread, and make it worth continuing to run this site year after year.

Regardless of how you recognize the holidays, we wish you peace, happiness, and prosperity now and in the new year. We hope you’ll join us next year for another great ride!







J. Glenn Kunzler, Managing Editor of MacTrast

And the entire MacTrast.com team.