I am sitting here honestly slightly bummed because I would love to be in my shop but my 4 year old and wife (who works nights) are sleeping and my shop happens to be directly below them. I am however thinking about a project that I have been fighting to get started and with other projects and well life getting in the way I have only built it in my head (probably look a lot better if it stays there). This project however has a few things new in it, as I am trying to implement new aspects in...
Whether or not you ever visited my old website, take the time to visit it now: ThisWoodwork.com I have taken the time to entirely re-build the website in order to provide more features as well as making it easier to add posts so new articles should come more reguarly! You can now upload your own project or workshop tour by visiting: http://thiswoodwork.com/submit-project/ Hope you enjoy the new layout, let me know if you have any ideas, as wel as what you think at ThisWoodwork.com ...
Anyone know Japanese? These are from YouTube user kinohaguruma, and they’re a young child’s dream come true. These are the kinds of things I always wanted to build out of wood growing up, and still do, but I also recognize the monumental effort required now. I chose 3 of them for the post here, each getting more complex and awesome, but there are more at the link above.
Hello Lumberjocks’ers: I have just updated my Blog, of course, it’s always updated at least 5x a week. Sometimes more if Real Live don’t take over! I have just done my First Podcast, Not live video broadcast from ustream.tv, I recorded it at home and edited it with Cyberlink PowerDirector. As I’m not good at this video editing just yet and learing the ropes of this software, it will be slower at processing these videos and probably even slower at editing them...
I know we all love fancy time-savers.. don’t we? How would you love accessing your pictures or videos (maintained on the third party dedicated sites) directly below the text area when writing your loooong blog entry, project story or even new comment. Well, now this is possible here on the LumberJocks through our embedded mini-browser. You don’t need to open new window to paste in that picture anymore – do it 5 times per post and you’ll see how tedious this can be ;...
I’ve managed to finish some important upgrades today. Here they are in a list: wider pages – majority of the site visitors are already using 1024×768 or higher resolution so it is a good time to introduce wider pages. Content area now supports embedded images up to 640px wide – that’s the exact same width that photo sharing sites like Photobucket are recommending for the web use in their resizing options. As a result 640px wide pictures hosted on these sites ...
Bob Babcock Brandonp Caliper Cflansbaum Chadnuesmeyer Dataman David DocK16 Don DrSawdust Gizmodyne Hermanv John Shefferly Kaleo Lap Mot MsDebbieP Paul Schroeder Scottb Skee SteveM TheAggie Thewoodwhisperer Everybody is the winner in this Challenge since, for most of you, posting your first video online was really one challenging goal. And you all accomplished it with a great sense of humor – so you literally raised the bar. To be h...
I may not be able to enter the shop tour challenge. I have such a busy schedule. LOL MsDebbie entered her tour today, but she mentioned she had trouble, editing in the music background, & leaving large blank spots. I have this free download for editing Videos ,& Slide shows . It works pretty good for me. Check it out. Windows Movie Maker I’m not sure if it works on Mac, but they may have one like it.
Now it’s your chance to learn more about posting videos online and try it yourself. Together with Marc Spagnuolo, we have prepared another unique challenge for you. And this time it’s video challenge! We’re sure that each woodworking king (alias LumberJock) is proud of his castle. So now you have two weeks to record a full tour of your shop and show others your essential tools and equipment. As Marc says, the goal is to be creative and have fun! If you want to t...
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