Tag: inspiration

SketchUp presents “Visiting Connor Wood Bicycles”

February 4, 20151 Comment

I’m a huge fan of SketchUp for a long list of reasons. At the top of that list is that it helps me to quickly workout some ideas for projects I’m about to build or ones I’m trying to decide if I want to build. The other day I received an email from the SketchUp […]

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“A Craftsman’s Legacy” with Eric Gorges

October 21, 20142 Comments

In the past few years we’ve had some great new content hitting the airwaves, both online and via traditional broadcast television. Some might even refer to it as a glut of information in this age of YouTube and Podcasts, but I say it’s exactly what we’ve been needing for a long time. There are so […]

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Business of podcasting “What make’s a good topic?”

July 24, 20142 Comments

The subject of topics is a popular discussion in correspondences I’ve had over the years. It’s kind of funny when I think about it, because the awesomeness of having your own show or blog is that the topic is whatever YOU want it to be. First of all, it’s your show, so that means you […]

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Head into the weekend inspired

June 20, 20141 Comment

It’s Friday and I’m worn down from a long week. Not like I need a lot of motivation to get in the woodshop, but occasionally I like to be inspired just before I do. While this particular video is pretty much a promo for a professional woodworker and doesn’t feature a lot of woodworking or […]

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Inspiration…perspiration!!!

July 18, 20135 Comments

In case you haven’t listened to the latest episode of Wood Talk, part of the discussion with my co-hosts was in regards to books that “inspire us”. I’m not ashamed to admit it (okay, maybe a little) but I almost didn’t have any titles to share. In fact the only one worth mentioning was my […]

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From inspiration to cutlist

January 21, 20072 Comments

For those of you who enjoy seeing my mug on the screen, here’s a look at me organizing my projects. This includes a look at rough drafts, cutlist and a trip to the lumber store. Download Video File

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