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    Woodworking Archives

    I"m hoping Santa will have enough room in his sleigh this year for a woodworking archive thumb drive for me. I know Fine Woodworking has one as does Wood magazine. Are there others that I'm not aware of?
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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    This is probably one of the better deals given the number of magazines you get. Couldn’t find a quick link but here is a screenshot.





    BTW, I have bought a ton of disks from them as well as quite a few digital downloads. I’ve been 100% satisfied with many purchases over several years.


    I also have FWW loaded to my computers. Can’t remember if I ever picked up the Wood Magazine drive.
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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    I think the above magazine collection may have an additional 10% off using:

    site10

    Sorry, I didn’t confirm the above code would work. I did check to see if the 30% off DVD code would work, but it didn’t work for me.

    The 30% code is:

    save30


    Be warned...PWW is transitioning their web page. I did encounter some minor hiccups. I contacted them and it’s a work in progress.

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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    Woodsmith magazine also offers a digital library of all back issues.
    https://www.woodsmithlibrary.com/
    I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.

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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    It's hard to give up the paper magazines.

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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    Quote Originally Posted by patlaw View Post
    It's hard to give up the paper magazines.
    I agree. Still have three subscriptions.

    But, the digital archives are great if you want to search for an article or project plans. Sure beats spending an entire afternoon looking through all of the back issues. And the digital version takes up just a bit less room.
    I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.

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    Re: Woodworking Archives

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkE View Post
    I agree. Still have three subscriptions.

    But, the digital archives are great if you want to search for an article or project plans. Sure beats spending an entire afternoon looking through all of the back issues. And the digital version takes up just a bit less room.
    Totally agree.

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