This Old Zine
This is the eleventh Woodworker’s Journal eZine we have published on the Internet. When we started, I said that I would be asking for your opinions from time to time. I’m looking to spruce the Zine up a bit (twenty weeks on the web … that’s a few years in e-time, right?), so I want to know what you think might do it.
In recent weeks we’ve added a subscribers’ forum and a classified ad page for our readers. Have you taken a gander at them? What else would improve your electronic woodworking experience? I think we are doing great and that the eZine is the best woodworking pub on the web, but it’s you who can really tell the tale.
So send me an e-mail and vent your spleen, or the electronic equivalent. And if you are in the mood for a little fun, check out our goofy project winner. As promised, one of my less-than-perfect projects is featured as well.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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