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Offline Dave Rudy

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Check this out
« on: February 07, 2007, 10:00 AM »
If you haven't found this website yet, check it out.  Videos (I've only watched a couple so far) are well-done and entertaining -- and of course, right in the middle of the shop is an MFT!  The videos are geared to beginners, but are entertaining to watch even for experienced woodworkers.

(For those of you like Jim D with a 28k modem, this may be a challenge.  The rest of us can use the RSS feed to watch the "podcasts")

« Last Edit: February 07, 2007, 01:12 PM by Dave Rudy »

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Offline Jim Dailey

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Re: Check this out
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2007, 10:57 AM »
Hi Dave,

I'd love to subscribed to the Fine Wood Working on-line magazine, but my 26k line speed is the deal breaker...

I tried to down load the free Google Sketchup software for my Mac.  Twice it failed to load after 4 hours of file transfers each time.

One of the reason's I went to a Mac (love it!!) was the hours of line time it would take every week to keep Windows & all the virus junk it took to keep it running....  Many nights I would start a file transfer at night and it would still be running the next morning...

I will keep this in mind when I'm at my girl friends as she has a better connection   ;)  .... er... ah... I mean... a faster internet connection.

Life is just a series of projects...