Welcome back to the first episode of the Spoken Wood Podcast for 2011. A year ago the show was nothing more than just an idea been kicking around in my head. As of today, I can’t thank all of you enough for taking the time to listen and download the show each week, and I especially can’t thank all of the contributors to the show enough!
With the new year I look forward to bringing all of you more great posts you either haven’t read yet, or ones you have that still inspire and delight you to get in your own shops to take part in the shared passion we all have for woodworking.
As I’m preparing for the new year of Spoken Wood Posts I have a favor to ask from all of you. Actually it’s two favors!
First, if you write about woodworking, there’s an awfully great chance your fellow audience members would love to hear it on the Spoken Wood Podcast. If you send me a link or a copy and think you have something you’d like to share, I’d be more than happy to take a look and even happier to share it on the show. I’m also extending the invitation to those of you who don’t have a blog but would love to write something.
Second. With it being the end of our first full year of the spoken wood Podcast I’d really love to know what you thought about it. I want to know who your favorite writers were or which post inspired or delighted you the most. According to the stats I keep, and I don’t really trust them all that much to be honest, the two most popular shows were Episode No. 26 “Abrasive Personalities Pt. 1” written by Ron Hock of Hock Tools & The Sharpening Blog, and Episode No. 53 “Woodworking and Hannah Montana” written by Eric Reed for “The Cutting Edge” Blog.
Then again according to another set of stats I keep all of you most liked Episode No. 4 “Buying Vintage Tools” written by Chris Schwarz for “Woodworking Magazine Weblog” and Episode No. 59 “De-building Furniture” written by Glen Huey for “Popular Woodworking Editor’s Blog”.
Either way, I just don’t trust the numbers as much as I trust all of you. I’d love to hear who’s writing you enjoyed the most and which episode. Drop me a line at email@example.com or stop by spokenwoodpodcast.com and leave a comment in today’s shownotes.
If enough of you respond, I’ll share the results later on. If only a few of you respond, I’ll know choosing a favorite is as difficult for you as it is for me. New episodes of Spoken Wood Podcast start this Thursday January 13, 2011. We’re kicking the new year off with a post from Mr. Tom Iovino the Shop Monkey himself.
I hope you can’t wait to hear it.
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