It's in the title
Personally I tremble in dread that the content will get overshadowed by the "look"...WiZeR":1eic9oib said:I notice they are changing the design/look in the next issue.
WiZeR":dor6r9kn said:I liked Steve M's article.
Pete W":li85dtou said:I find the US mags like Pop and FWW ... a much better read.
Tombo":21on9bkx said:A section on software tools autocad, sketchup etc would be of great interest
andrewm":x6i771uz said:As far as DIY is concerned I can see why building a stud wall might be construed as woodwork
Pete":39ymkwsf said:You've obviously not studied house-building 101 at Cambourne recently...
beech1948":2y6dtp43 said:The way to understand your point about varied levels of expertise is for GWW to segment their market and in doing so to decide which market they will address and which they will not.
Or maybe the amount paid is disproportionate to the amount of effort involved... :wink: Actually, my problem is I can either do woodworking or I can write about it, but I'm not up to doing both. As long as the required submissions are for projects, I'm stuffed. I simply don't make enough! Anyone wants ramblings on woodworking theory though, I'm your woman. :lol:waterhead37":k0jbl0xj said:I reckon the amount of interesting project type writing is just a function of the number of folk willing/able to write about it