Well, now I went and did it. I got me some new website.
I liked the site at the time, and to be honest I still like a lot of it. But over the passing time, I’ve changed a lot. The company has done well, and I think I’ve established my personality somewhat without alienating more than 60 or 70 percent of the woodworking community (a major victory). So for the last year or so I’ve wanted to do a major site revision, with a bit more ‘open’ feeling, both in the layout and structure, and in the presentation of myself.
So here it is. http://www.daedtoolworks.com
I’m not a web designer (though I do play one on the web) so it may not be the most elegantly coded site on the web, but I think it does who I am and what I do fairly well.
You’ll notice that there’s a section on the home page titled ‘articles’. This will be populated over time with select projects and pieces from my blog, as well as a number of articles and videos relating to plane making, hand plane technology, and woodworking in general.
Finally, because I’m an idiot – and because the internet is a bigger idiot – somehow, every photo to ever appear on my blog was erased in the shift to a new host. I’ll be replacing these over the next couple of weeks, in reverse chronological order, so please don’t mock me too badly until then.