New Premium Content a Big Hit
A couple of weeks ago, I announced that we had developed a new section of our website that features what we call Premium Content. Any time you launch a new online effort, there are so many things that can go wrong that it is always a bit of a gamble.
The good news is that not only did our new programming not cause our website to spiral into the great abyss of quirky and frustrating Internet bugs (“When I click on your video button my screen freezes and a recording of Kate Smith singing ‘God Bless America’ comes on … is that supposed to happen?”), but the reception of the new content has been really great. Many print subscribers have been quite complimentary.
So, thanks for hanging in there. If you have not seen the Premium Content, check it out. If you are not a print subscriber, maybe you would consider becoming one to get all the new super-cool content. I mean, you like woodworking … right?
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Brothers Justin and Ian Martin have become master boat builders.
Threaded inserts can be hard to start straight into their pilot holes. Here’s a foolproof solution.
Often it makes sense to prefinish parts before assembly, but how do you keep wet finish out of dowel or shelf-pin holes?
Rolling carrier helps you move and saw sheet materials more easily and safely.
I need to thickness some stock, and I wonder if a handheld power planer is the best tool to use?
With the lighted book case, large storage drawers, and flexibility with arrangements, this project is not only a great looking piece; it’s also quite versatile.
eZine readers share when it is that most feel the magic and satisfaction of their woodworking projects.