Monthly Archives: May 2014

Wednesday Woodworking, sort of.

I did manage to get a bunch of woodworking done over the long weekend but had to stop for a little emergency room visit. The really great thing that’s going on right now is that my contractor is on the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Memorail Day

It happened Friday – the Blue Cube is gone.  All that remains are piles of concrete and steel flanked by equipment breaking it up and loading it on to trucks.  Soon, only memories will remain. The passing of an era. … Continue reading

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Wednesday Woodworking – it pulls out

Shelves have been taking up most of my time in shop.  I completed the prototype and have installed it in the closet. The shelves are made from melamine board.  I used this because the melamine has a nice finish for … Continue reading

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Of Blue and Cubes

I’ve lived in the same valley my whole life.  When I was a child, Santa Clara County was in the midst of changing from agriculture to electronics manufacturing.  This valley had a number of things the growing semiconductor industry needed … Continue reading

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