While it has been said that the only certainties in life are taxes and wood movement, there is another constant that is unavoidable. I am talking about change.
So what is going to change? In about a week, you will see a brand-new Woodworker’s Journal website design. It will be easier to read, easier to navigate, our search functions will be much improved, there will be more video: in other words, this is change for the better.
Your eZine is part of the redesign, and I think you will really like it for all the reasons mentioned above and more. So don’t get confused when you go to our website or open your next eZine. It will look different, but it is still your eZine. It will have the same insightful (or maybe dorky) editorial from me, Free Plans, the crossword puzzle, Reader’s Project Gallery … all there, but just looking a lot better.
Be sure to let me know what you think of the site when you see it. I am really happy about what we’ve done and excited to get it up and running.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
P.S. I want to extend a special thanks to the whole Woodworker’s Journal staff, especially Matt Hocking and Dan Cary — this new site required a lot of heavy lifting. They did a great job managing a very large task.