A few years back, I led a group of condo neighbors on a project to rebuild a gazebo on our property. I had plenty of willing but marginally skilled workers,…
Looks like a very interesting book -- would love to add it to my woodworking library.
Sounds like a great addition for my library, which does already have several books with stains in it -- the result of getting too close to "the action" (or my sloppiness with a cup of coffee).
Definitely a topic of interest and one for which I don't have a book in my library.
Wait... what's the rule? Go 'round clockwise, counter-clockwise? Do the end grains first? 20 years doing this and I still can't remember!
Looks very interesting -- and something I've thought about but never pursued.
This would be a great -- and greatly appreciated -- addition to my woodworking library.
This would be an extremely useful addition to my Taunton woodworking library!
Really good "gotcha", Gary. I hope a couple of the article ideas do make it to the light of day -- I think I'm only at 43 or maybe 44 uses for my ball peen hammer for woodworking (I'm easily at twice that many around mechanical things).
It seems I always have a question or two (or three) about finishing -- this would be a great aid in getting to answers.
I'm firmly convinced that the future of newspapers, magazines, etc. is electronic delivery -- a lot of it will be cost driven but there is an environmental side to it as well. Plus it will open up whole new worlds like video as a standard format. I'm hoping publications will be available on multiple platforms, not just a single device like the iPad -- I personally have a mini-PC for similar access. To be honest though, even though a number of publications I receive have already made the transition to electronic format, I haven't yet gotten to the point of "cozying up" to my PC for pleasure reading (too much like business applications during the day). And, it's just plain a heck of a lot harder to look at a magazine in front of the TV when it's electronic. Plus there's a much bigger issue: With a magazine, it's easy to leave it lying open with an ad visible as a "hint." How do you do that with an electronic reader?
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