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Edit Your Blog Settings

05-12-2007 10:38 PM by Martin Sojka | 7 comments »

Let me notify you about another new and useful feature. It’s been born out of necessity since I had to be able to adjust some blog settings before launching the LJ Podcast. But this feature is going to be useful to anybody who wants to customize and improve own LJ blog. To edit your blog settings just click on the following link that appears on your main blog page: ... on the next page you can edit following settings of your blog: Title – you can give your blog cool...

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LJ Toolbar Adds Radio with Top Woodworking Podcasts

05-12-2007 09:29 PM by Martin Sojka | 3 comments »

First let me give you short update about our LumberJocks toolbar stats. It has already been installed by 41 people and on average 25 of them are using it daily. I think that these are some nice numbers but I’d like to increase the interest with one cool new addition. LumberJocks Toolbar has been extended with nice radio component: This is a natural next step after announcing our new LJ Podcast since this radio component is able to subscribe to the podcasts in addition to the o...

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Shop Tour Challenge Entry

05-12-2007 03:11 PM by gizmodyne | 29 comments »

Hi all, It has been a busy week, but I managed to knock something together for the challenge.Hope you enjoy.

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"....of OutHouses and Septic's Galore" --by RusticWoodArt

05-12-2007 01:40 PM by frank | 4 comments »

....of OutHouses and Septic’s Galore ....and so while walking through this break in a stone wall, i spied into the life of one such as i, where have all your sayings of yesterday gone, when one such as i walks into your scrapbook of life imagined images…. —-no leaf falling to the earthen floor of my domain, screamed so loud from it’s palace of branches throne, as when it settled to fathom the amazing amassing of culture exchange, that is being written as i speak...

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Heads up!

05-12-2007 06:35 AM by oscorner | 5 comments »

Hello fellow LumberJocks! I though with all the great chip carving being done and shown here that some of us would be interested to know that, in Woodsmith No. 171 they have an article on learning the basics. It’s on page, 38. This will be the June issue and it comes with four chip carving patterns. For a copy of the chip carving patterns go to: I hope this will help those interesting in getting started in this beautiful way of carving.

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05-12-2007 05:36 AM by RobH | 8 comments »

Well, tonight I thought I would get a head start on the weekend projects by working on the mother’s day gift that I am building for the boys to give mom on Sunday. Well, in one of my stupid moves I was supporting a cut being made with a chisel with my hand behind the chisel. You guessed it… Chisel slipped and the sharper corner of the chidel went right into the first joint down on my left index finger. Ok, now for a little analysis. Why did I have to support the cut? It was...

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Handplane Reference #6: I found a cool book today

05-12-2007 03:38 AM by WayneC | 6 comments »

I made a pass through some local antique stores today on my way home from work and found an interesting book. Interesting that is if you have galloot like tendencies. Unfortunately the trip did not turn up any interesting tools. The book is the 1902 edition of Benchwork in Wood by W. F. M. Gross. The book was orignally printed in 1887. It has coverage of hand tools, techniques, wood, and jointry. It is going to be a very interesting read. The book is divided into 3 main parts Ben...

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Mot's Shop Tour Entry

05-12-2007 02:09 AM by mot | 19 comments »

Hi Folks! Here is my first entry in my lumberjocks blog. A video shop tour for challenge02. I maintain a smallwoodworking Blog – Mots Woodworking Blog, and a small tool review blog – Mot's Tool Blog over at Blogspot. I also keep an up2date photo essay of my current and past projects at my Picasaweb Album for K and T Woodworking. K and T Woodworking is just the name of my shop, named after the initials of my children. Thanks for watching!

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LumberJocks Podcast is Here!

05-12-2007 12:34 AM by Martin Sojka | 11 comments »

This is exciting news. Few weeks ago I’ve mentioned the idea of starting our own LumberJocks Podcast that would feature Interview series and hopefully more interesting audio or video formats in the future. Then I received a personal message from Erik Pearson – our fellow LumberJock – who offered me the helping hand with the interviews. He had no prior experience with creating audio podcasts but he had the right commitment and desire. We contacted our experienced podcaster...

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LumberJocks Interview #1: Debbie Roswell (MsDebbieP)

05-12-2007 12:31 AM by LJ Podcast | 11 comments »

Welcome to the first episode of the Lumberjocks Interview Podcast. Our interview spotlights Debbie Roswell, known to Lumberjocks as MsDebbieP. Debbie is one of the most active Jocks on the site and always offers words of encouragement to fellow Lumberjocks. Debbie lives in Canada and is a Life Guide by profession and an artist by passion. Check out some of her work on her website. When not in the workshop or on, Debbie can be found spending time with her partner, Rick, her ...

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