Between working a full-time job that consumes more than 40 hours a week and building my part-time business doing commission based work I managed to get my website up and running. I actually enlisted the expertise of a friend who does this as a side business. I was extremely pleased with his creativity and execution giving me exactly what I envisioned. Please check it out brianfullerdesigns
Four Restorations, Two Remodels, Two Staircases, and One more Deck. The first 7 months of my move from computer programmer into professional woodworker. All this and I found time to write a new web application for woodworkers too. Though work has been decent in this economic climate, I can’t say there hasn’t been down time but I made the effort to put it to good use and develop Pins & Tails. Now originally it was supposed to be for me to track and journal my work to reference ...
I’ve been blogging since 2004, running an anonymous blog on my own little patch of electronic real estate on this world wide web. So when I started getting interested in woodworking, it made sense to me to chronicle my ups and downs on my own website/blog. Thus Adventures in Woodworking was born. And so I did what most good bloggers do when first starting out: I visited other blogs. That’s a good way to get your name and website out there and to make friends along the way. I ha...
My wife is a painter, and along with my woodworking we have always dreamed of someday opening a gallery. A few years back we conceived the name ”The Easel Life” for our future storefront and website. I registered the domain name theeasellife.com (As you can see there is not much there for now.) My wife has just graduated from San Jose State with a Bachelors in Fine Art. So it is time to start promoting her as an artist. We would like to take the next small step with our webs...
But that’s a good thing! You see, I’m a rather tech-savvy woodworker. A few months ago, I was surfing looking for woodworking community-type sites. Well, I was rather disappointed, could only find sites that specialized in forums, or products, or were somehow too narrowly focused on one topic. So I thought to myself: “Hey, I’ll build it!” Off I went, and I started to do some writing, and eventually put together a website (WoodworkDetails). It’s sti...
Ok…I have been out of school 3 weeks now…have done a TON around the house (projects soon) on our landscaping make-over…but I noticed I am getting EVEN MORE addicted to you guys! During the school year I barely get a chance to check some of the new projects each day…and even then I feel like I am cheating my students or family because I should be doing something related to teaching or family with my time… But now I am 24/7 off the work clock and onto woodworki...
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