Rob Johnstone

  • Sawdust or Prozac

    I must confess that, between creating an eZine and putting together a magazine, the time actually left to make sawdust is way too limited.

  • Big Projects, Huh?

    Well, little did I know that a query about your biggest woodworking projects would bring such a huge response.

  • Bigger Is Better…Right?

    What I want to know is this: what is the biggest piece of woodworking you’ve ever done?

  • Good Will Hunting

    Rob returns from a trip to Texas with some Texas-sized thoughts about woodworking and its place in the community.

  • Adding Some Wattage

    In the smaller world of woodworking, being the editor of the Woodworker’s Journal does offer me the opportunity to call all sorts of famous woodworkers and hold their attention for a while.

  • A Great Finish to Our Year

    Let me take just a moment to say how thankful I am to all of you loyal eZine subscribers for your support over the last few months.

  • Not So Silent Night

    Take this e-mail as an encouragement. I still get comments (mostly positive) about woodworking gifts I gave folks decades ago.

  • Where Do You Start?

    I think it’s amazing that Stratovari produced his instruments at a time when there were no lumberyards, no finish manufacturers, not even companies making glue.

  • Calling All (Electronic) Woodworkers

    I don’t often promote the Woodworker’s Journal print magazine here in the eZine, but our November/December 2000 issue is really a magazine that any serious woodworker should own.

  • Calling All (Electronic) Woodworkers

    I don’t often promote the Woodworker’s Journal print magazine here in the eZine, but our November/December issue is really a magazine that any serious woodworker should own.