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#1 posted 11-29-2012 03:50 PM

Woodsmith has always been my favorite because of the good S/N ratio, the projects that fall in line with my tastes, and the overall usefulness. I get WS from my Dad after he finishes it. Same with Wood magazine, though I don’t enjoy it as much because of the poor S/N ratio. I subscribe to FWW, print and online, because I think it’s well put together and the content seem a little more meaty.

But I think for inspiration, Lumberjocks project section is the place to go…and as you get more experienced, the more that you have the capability of turning those ideas at LJ (or even the magazines) into something actualized. Once I got good enough to no longer need plans and cut-lists, that’s when it transformed the way I read those magazines, looking at them for what they taught as opposed to what I can make directly from them.

-- jay, www.allaboutastro.com


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