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Oddjob04/03/2009 13:13:07
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The lates GW has just arrived in the post.  That's what to do while SWMBO talks to me tonight sorted then!.
Comments to follow in due course.
 
Richard
Olly Parry-Jones04/03/2009 14:14:12
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Looks like a good issue.
 
Good to see Richard (Mr.Maguire) is on board with his workshop cupboard. Are we likely to see your bench-build in print in the future?

I was looking forward to seeing Marc's (Sparky) Egyptian-style dresser. I guess that'll have to wait 'til next month though.


On p.27, there's a caption on rub joints where the photograph only shows the boards being layed out... Well, I'd hope this isn't showing Ben's attempts at gluing up anyway! Are you ever gonna run out of ash, Ben??
Oddjob04/03/2009 19:07:40
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  I haven't started to read mine yet but your comment about the captions is no surprise. There are often mismatched pictures and captions.
 
In the last issue there were pictures and captions swapped over and some pictures with captions that related to unpublished pictures!
 
There are also frequent spelling and grammatical errors. As I've said before, there is obviously no proof reading these days.
 
However, I shall be happy just to see the magazine content continue to move back towards "Good Woodworking" and back off a little on the "Good Woodworkers."
 
Richard
Dauid Kent04/03/2009 19:14:47
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looks  crap again  nails  ash boards saws chisels kids suff glad my subscription endss in aprill  and so dozes the woodworker ill stick to the woodturning brilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllantttttttttttttttttttttt no toolsssssssssssssssssssssss in it
Sparky04/03/2009 19:23:00
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Quickly browsed through the magazine which I will read later relaxing in the bath.
 
Nice to see Richard's ( Mr Magquire) cupboard in this issue.

 
Olly
Sadly I had problems with the post office...again. they lost my photo disc
A new one was sent and I've been told it will be in the next issue..........which I'm nervously looking forward to.
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Woodworker04/03/2009 20:48:36
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Hi all, thanks for your feedback. I can assure you the editorial team on Good Wood will read them.

Olly, not sure what happened there ~ wrong caption by the looks of it. Funny you should ask about the ash. I'm just about to run out should just have enough to finish the desk without another trip to the timber yard but that's it.
Sparky04/03/2009 21:22:49
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Sounds like you need another tree Ben!
Olly Parry-Jones04/03/2009 21:36:22
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Ben, just wondering which timber yard you used for the How Does Wood Work? article? I didn't see it mentioned anywhere...
Woodworker04/03/2009 22:13:57
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It's one of my favorite timber yards ~ Morgan Timber in Rochester. I had a great time taking the pics for that article. Their currently redesigning their website so a lot of the unseen photos will be used on the new site.

Ron Davis05/03/2009 19:47:57
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I have just read Richard Maguires atricle, for a man who claims to have been barely able to sign his name a year ago he has gained an excellent command of english. Surely he didn't have time to do all that wood work and evening classes?
 
An informative article, and - what is sometimes missing - a sense of humour
 
Ron

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