Out on a Limb: 10 Years and 10,000 Hours

By Christopher Schwarz
Page: 10

From the February 2008 issue #167
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A lot of people wonder about Contributing Editor Adam Cherubini, who writes about traditional techniques for our Arts & Mysteries column. And I wondered, too.

Adam has his fans. In fact, during a trade show this summer the president of a major machinery manufacturer grabbed my arm, looked me in the eye and said that Adam’s column is the single best part of Popular Woodworking. He said that he always pulled our magazine out of the huge pile of mail on his desk just to read Arts & Mysteries.

After taking in Adam’s 18th-century perspective, the guy would go back to the business of building table saws, planers and all the other tools that Adam never writes about (except to needle them a bit).


From the February 2008 issue #167
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