The Return Of The Blog
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After a long vacation, I'm back at woodnet and working sort of hard at rebuilding my website and blog. In time, most everything from the website will be duplicated at the blog. 

Currently I'm testing out a format that I hope will work. Any feedback would be appreciated!

The Toolemera Press Blog
Gary Roberts
Wilmington, NC USA
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  Re: The Return Of The Blog by toolemera (After a long vacatio...)
Good to see you back in here again Gary, it's been awhile!  Nice looking blog format I think...
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  Re: RE: The Return Of The Blog by Skip J. (Good to see you back...)
(11-10-2017, 04:55 PM)Skip J. Wrote: Good to see you back in here again Gary, it's been awhile!  Nice looking blog format I think...

Thanks! Took a long break from everything before getting back into stuff. The current blog theme needs some css work to tweak various parts. If I can remember my css?
Gary Roberts
Wilmington, NC USA
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Toolemera.Com Website
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(11-11-2017, 12:32 AM)toolemera Wrote: Thanks! Took a long break from everything before getting back into stuff. The current blog theme needs some css work to tweak various parts. If I can remember my css?

More stuff added: Disston, Copeland, Conger, Douglass and more

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Gary Roberts
Wilmington, NC USA
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(11-11-2017, 01:50 AM)toolemera Wrote: More stuff added: Disston, Copeland, Conger, Douglass and more

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yet more good stuff, including this early price list of wooden planes

Hills And Richards Planemakers, Norwich, MA
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Gary Roberts
Wilmington, NC USA
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Not being one to visit Webster--the full version--I always thought "ligature" represented something crooked, or my work ties. Check out the Ligatures and Fonts rules. Old timers weren't a bunch of Elmer Fudd's or Siffies.
Bruce
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  Re: RE: The Return Of The Blog by hbmcc (Not being one to vis...)
(11-26-2017, 12:42 PM)hbmcc Wrote: Not being one to visit Webster--the full version--I always thought "ligature" represented something crooked, or my work ties. Check out the Ligatures and Fonts rules. Old timers weren't a bunch of Elmer Fudd's or Siffies.

Also sometime known as the stitches used in amputations.....
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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  Re: RE: The Return Of The Blog by bandit571 ([quote='hbmcc' pid='...)
(11-26-2017, 09:28 PM)bandit571 Wrote: Also sometime known as the stitches used in amputations.....

Ligature in printing and font worlds refers to the little squigglies that were used to connect letters in early 19th and most 18th C and 17th C printing. In other words, stitches.
Gary Roberts
Wilmington, NC USA
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Glad to see you back!
Steve S.
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