Recently, a lot of things have changed in all of our lives. With concerns about the COVID-19 virus, a lot of us now spend much of our time at home. Besides the needed focus on everyone’s personal safety, there is also the opportunity to spend more time in our shops doing the things we enjoy. While visiting a hardwood supplier this week, it wasn’t hard to notice the increase in customers standing in line stocking up on materials
Like many instructors, my woodworking classes have been canceled for the year until further notice including my digital woodworking classes at The Marc Adam’s School of Woodworking. But, there are other ways to share and learn about woodworking.
For a long time, I’ve wanted to do stream casts on YouTube. But, due to the lack of bandwidth where I live, this isn’t practical. One of my complaints about stream casts is they are mostly a one-way street. Viewers can send real-time comments but can’t interact via voice or video. But, there is a way…
Starting next week, I’ll begin regular live interactive broadcasts from my shop using Zoom. The focus, of course, will be on woodworking. Specifically, on getting the best out of digital tools and learning advanced woodworking techniques. I’m running tests this week to work out the bugs. Stay tuned for more details.
Play smart. Play safe.