Podcasting, how do you want it?

I really enjoy making video podcasts.  And more importantly I hope you like them as well. I didn’t know how long I would keep making them when I first started, but it’s been a year now and I’m still going strong. I’d like to hear some feedback on the types of videos that woodworkers prefer.

Do you prefer the types that focus on a particular technique or jig or do you prefer the type that involve an entire project? Or both? Personally, I enjoy them more when the podcaster focuses on a technique. They can usually go into more detail and really dive into it.

What do you prefer and why?

5 Responses to “Podcasting, how do you want it?”

  1. John Hall says:

    I like to see a little of both. Too much of one type can get boring.

  2. Jay Highland says:

    I enjoy them more when the podcaster focuses on a technique. I view videos mostly to learn about something I’m unfamiliar with or when I don’t understand the intricacies. I really enjoy your jig builds a bunch. Thanks.

  3. Clay Baldwin says:

    I like any type of video where I can learn new techniques in the building of the project. Really enjoyed your podcast on the picture frame and the use of your horizontal router. Keep up the good work.

  4. Danny says:

    I know this wasn’t the question, but i’d sure like to see someone make old school wooden screw clamps. From scratch using thread and taps. That would be great. BTW, if you know of a video where someone has done it let me know.

  5. laurie power says:

    prefer technique orientation

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