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Shop Talk Live 19: All Time Favorite Techniques of All Time

comments (3) November 9th, 2012 in blogs

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This week on Shop Talk Live, we debut a brand-new segment dubbed All Time Favorite Technique of All Time...for this Week. Plus, your woodworking questions answered! - CLICK TO ENLARGE

This week on Shop Talk Live, we debut a brand-new segment dubbed "All Time Favorite Technique of All Time...for this Week." Plus, your woodworking questions answered!


Every two weeks, a team of Fine Woodworking staffers answer questions from readers on Shop Talk Live, Fine Woodworking's biweekly podcast. Send your woodworking questions to shoptalk@taunton.com for consideration in the regular broadcast!

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 Shop Talk Live 19: All Time Favorite Techniques of All Time

On this week's edition of Shop Talk Live, we tackle the sticky question of "how much automation is too much?" Then it's off to the races as we answer reader questions and introduce a brand new segment on the show we're calling All Time Favorite Technique of All Time...for this Week.

 

Links Mentioned in this Week's Show

 


Asa Christiana
FWW editor
 
Mike Pekovich 
FWW art director

Ed Pirnik
Senior web producer

 

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Comments (3)

Highsider Highsider writes: I like the podcast quite a lot. However I prefer to listen to it on my phone, which is something of a problem, as I have an android phone.
You should have your web designer do as many podcast webpages do and include a "copy this - http://feeds.podcast.static.taunton.com/taunton/podcast/shoptalklive" in the "subscribe to this" section on the page. It would have saved me an hour or two.
Posted: 2:47 am on November 24th

denverdale denverdale writes:
Posted: 8:39 pm on November 19th

OldHandyman OldHandyman writes: As always, the content is very interesting. Often it is useful to me and surely useful to many listeners. Even when I cannot use the information in a particular segment, of a particular podcast, I delight in hearing it.

It is great to see that the latest podcast has links to Fine Woodworking content that was mentioned during the conversations. It makes it easy to follow up by looking at an article, website, or video.

Thanks for the podcasts. After a week or so, I find myself counting the days until the next one appears.
Posted: 7:22 pm on November 11th

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