Hoo-boy: at last count I have heard from over 250 of you all. (Multiply that number by about three minutes an email, and you know what I’ve been doing over the last couple of weeks.) The question I asked was “do you read the eZine at home or at work?” Well, let me say that in a highly unscientific examination of your replies, reading the Zine at work is ahead by a small but significant margin. Some folks even get the eZine at home … and then send it to work to read there! In general, most of you who do read the eZine at your place of employment say that you have management’s blessing to do so. Some, however, admit to sneaking it in as a guilty pleasure, and many apparently operate under the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. (Glad that’s working somewhere!)
All in all, I’m just happy you’re reading the eZine in ever-increasing numbers, (more than 250,000 of you at last count). And I must say that those of you who added comments to your survey answers were most complimentary … a guy could almost get a big head. (Almost; I have family and co-workers to prevent that state of affairs.) So thank you for your continued support and keep on reading the eZine: at home or at work!
— Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal