Last Zine I asked for feedback relative to how we at the Journal have been doing. I got some great responses, mostly positive, but a few negative. Let me assure all of you that much time was spent reviewing your comments. You are the folks I need to please, and I take that responsibility very seriously. I must say that there were some wonderful compliments offered, and to those folks I say thank you very much. There were also critiques … one fellow mentioned that my short eZine editorials were pretty much “substance free” (I checked … he was not one of my relatives). With that in mind, next eZine will feature my seven point plan to fix Social Security and balance the budget. Another suggestion was to add a “pro-shop” column: a page that deals with the challenges of the small-shop professional. I like the idea and will be looking into it.
All in all, the responses were just the medicine that we need here at the Journal to keep moving forward. Thanks to all who took the time to comment.
– Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal