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Shop Talk Live 7: Mike Gets Cricketscomments (19) May 25th, 2012 in blogs, videos
Video Length: 56:24
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Shop Talk Live 7: Mike Gets Crickets
This week, FWW art director Mike Pekovich and senior editor Matt Kenney school us on the Fibbonacci sequence and how it can help your furniture design. Plus, Mike gets some ribbing over his boring glue bottle.
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Listen to Previous Episodes
- Episode 6: On the Pod
- Episode 5: Compounding Errors
- Episode 4: Dueling Cabinets
- Episode 3: Diminishing Returns
- Episode 2: Beyond the Back Cover
- Episode 1: The Big Debut
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