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    New Websites

    A few friends and I have gotten together and set up a new site for marketing our work (and ourselves). John Hart (some of you might know him from Sawmill Creek) has built a great-looking site to showcase six turners. It's still in the early stages, but feel free to have a look...

    http://americanwoodturner.org

    Considering the caliber of the other guys, I was very honored to be asked to tag along.

    John has also created a sister site at http://americanwoodturner.com. It's intended to be an online cooperative of turners with member-submitted articles, photos, and discussions. There's a turning-related forum, and a lot more. It's also just getting off the ground, but it has the potential to be a great site. Drop in, check it out, and sign up if you're interested.
    When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
    When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan

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    Congrats Vaughn
    Really great site
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    didnt know john was prejudiced against flat folk so i dont have the crediatials to go there tell john i said heh vaughn havnt chatted with him in years.. actually he laft smc before the shake up..

    went to look at the site just now and its got it all... well done john and to those involved congrats on the honors and there achievements.
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    Wow. A very robust and sophisticated site. Very well done and very impressive.
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    Really nice sites. Six great turners too.

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    great sites there Vaughn,
    and don't sell yourself short, you're right up there with the other guys on the site!
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    great sites there Vaughn,
    and don't sell yourself short, you're right up there with the other guys on the site!
    No kidding eh!

    Wow, that is one slick site!
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    Vaughn, your work is right up there. Congrats.

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    The site looks good, got some good content and a friendly layout, very appealing.

    Don't sell yourself short Vaughn, you're a top notch turner and flatworker, got some great talents. Pretty good webmaster too.
    Darren

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    You definitely belong in that group my friend! It looks like another forum to create ideas from. I sincerely hope it doesn't mean this is the beginning of the end for us here on seeing your posts/work and theories.
    Jon

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