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Thank You! The first issue of the Woodworker’s Journal eZine was a big success and we have you to thank for it. Your response was overwhelmingly favorable and for that we send our appreciation.
This second issue of the eZine is filled with more woodworking information, photos and commentary. Many of you commented on how much fun the first eZine was … and, as you’ll see we’ve continued in that vein with this edition. Bob Filipczak’s Websurfers’ Review and the QandA departments should tickle as well as educate.
Now I have a request of you. If you found the Woodworker’s Journal eZine enjoyable and beneficial, please sign up one or two of your woodworking friends. There is a handy button on the left side of every page for that purpose. As you know, the eZine is free, and it will stay that way. We’re looking to our advertisers to pay the bills.
That brings me to a second request: please click through and check out our advertisers. You’ll find good values at their sites (I know these guys from the print side of things) and you just may find some special eZine deals as well. ‘Nuff-said; read on and enjoy. Click on any hyperlink below to connect yourself to the “live” version (complete with photos) and enjoy your eZine. It’s the most fun you can have in woodworking without actually being in the shop!
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
When Amazon.com bought Tool Crib of the North last year, it raised a lot of eyebrows. Most of us who know anything about Amazon think of it as an online bookstore. So how, we asked ourselves, did they decide to get into the tool business?
Steff Rocknak is as complex as the figures she carves out of wood.
Other than color, what’s the difference between white and yellow glues?
What are the differences between using stacked and wobbly dado blades?
The journey of a novice woodworker lies in his or her projects.
The question posed to our experts is whether or not compound miter saws have replaced radial arm saws in today’s shop.