Upon careful consideration and with deep sadness, I regret to inform Stan’s MacMinute readers that we are unable to continue operating the MacMinute website at this time. It is not that we do not have the passion, nor is it because of the emotional pain attached to it. Due to reasons that are completely beyond our control, we are neither able to sell nor operate MacMinute. I cannot tell you how much this pains me personally, as I know how much Stan cared for MacMinute–we spoke of this often in our lengthy daily chats. However, I want everyone to know that this is not something that we want to do, but must do. If there was a way, any way, that we could continue to operate MacMinute, we would. I have personally done absolutely everything within my power to “make this happen,” but there is simply no way. In fact, I did post a previous notice explaining our intentions to close the site down (so none of you are hallucinating), but with a new lead, I did remove it in a last ditch effort to keep the site running. I wanted to be sure that I had exhausted EVERY avenue. However, this also proved to be a dead-end. So now, as we have said good-bye to our beloved Stan, we now must say good-bye to that which he has created–MacMinute.

I am presently in the process of having MacMinute traffic redirected. I will make one more post to inform all readers as to where we intend to redirect and when. I do apologize for not posting with paragraph breaks. Stan had me set up to post on his site, as it was his intention for me to carry on the business, but the editor’s page is not formatted to post in paragraph form, or at least not easily.

We would like to thank all of you MacMinute readers for your faithful support of Stan’s website in the past and trust you are able to find the Mac news you seek in a different forum.

May God bless each one.

On behalf of the Flack family,
Julie (Flack) McKenna, Stan’s sister