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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 70

September 15, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by Ron Hock of Hock Tools and the “Sharpening Blog”. It’s titled “Abrasive Personalities Part 4” and is the 4th in a 4 part series. Originally posted November 11, 2009 this post and so many more like it can be found on Ron’s weblog at www.hocktools.wordpress.com Click to Play […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 69

September 13, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Glen Huey for the Popular Woodworking Editors’ Blog and was originally posted April 30, 2010. The article is titled “Lock Miters: Setup or Not”. To find more great posts from Glen and his fellow editors at Popular Woodworking Magazine visit their blog at www.blog.popularwoodworking.com/editorsblog. Click to Play Download Audio File […]

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2 New DVDs from Hendrik Varju

September 8, 20101 Comment

I just received word that our very own Guest Expert Hendrik Varju has released two new DVD titles. The first new title is “Surface Preparation and Staining” and the second is “Hand Finishing and Rubbing Out”. I haven’t had a chance to review them yet, but coming up on future visits with Hendrik we’ll have […]

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Wood Talk Online Radio No. 73

September 8, 20100 Comments

You can reach us by email at woodtalkonline@gmail.com or you can pick up the phone and leave us a message on our voice mail at 623-242-2450. Or you can find us on Twitter as @MBWPodcast, @WoodWhisperer, and @RenaissanceWW and also on Facebook too. Topics: – What’s been keeping us busy all summer, – The woodworking […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 66

August 30, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by our good friend Tom Iovino of “Tom’s Workbench”. It’s titled “My First Woodworking Experience” and was originally posted at Lumberjocks.com. To find more great articles like this post, visit Tom’s website at www.tomsworkbench.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or an article […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 65

August 25, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written by George Walker of the Design Matters Blog. It’s titled “Exploring wood color” and was originally posted April 26, 2010. To find this article or many of Mr. Walker’s other great posts on all things design and woodworking visit his weblog at georgewalkerdesign.wordpress.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 64

August 23, 20102 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by Brian Gilstrap of the “Woodworking on the Fringe” weblog. It’s titled “Blame it on The Schwarz” and was originally posted June 16, 2010. To read more of Brian’s posts at his weblog “Woodworking on the Fringe” visit his website at www.woodworkingonthefringe.blogspot.com. Click to Play Download Audio File Do […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 63

August 18, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written by Chris Schwarz for the Woodworking Magazine Blog. It’s titled “No More Felines in the Walls” and was originally posted August 10, 2009. To read more great articles written by Chris for the Woodworking Magazine Blog visit www.blog-woodworking-magazine.com/blog. Click to Play Download Audio File Do you have a blog post or […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 62

August 16, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by Ron Hock of Hock Tools and the “Sharpening Blog”. It’s titled “Abrasive Personalities Part 3” and is the 3rd in a 4 part series. Today’s article was originally posted November 8, 2009 and can be found on Ron’s weblog at hocktools.wordpress.com. Of course while you’re there you can […]

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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 61

August 11, 20100 Comments

Today’s episode was written and recorded by Matt Kenney, associate editor at Fine Woodworking Magazine. It’s titled “Dovetailed drawers are overrated” and was originally posted November 19, 2009 in “The Editors Mailbox” section at Finewoodworking.com. To find more posts like today’s or to view all the great articles, projects and more offered online by Fine […]

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