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January 2010

January 11, 2010

Tables and Counters Made from Books

Got books?  Then this project has to appeal to your sensibilities.  Choose the tomes you're not going to want to read again and have at it.  See more cool book tables from the lovely Laura Fenton over at AOL Home.

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January 10, 2010

Brilliant Way to Display Old Photos without Creating Clutter

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I spend a little time every week enjoying human ingenuity on the web. 

This is a cool project if you have vertical blinds and a burgeoning photo collection. 

January 04, 2010

So Many Questions

I've been answering lots of questions over the years but only one person benefits at a time. 

So I'm trying out this new service that lets me answer any question so everyone can see it.  Whether you're asking about Avonlea, woodworking, tools or my biography of Red Green, let 'er rip.  You have to type your question into the box below to enable me to answer it at FormSpring.  Thanks.

You can see all of the questions and answers at this location: http://www.formspring.me/magruffman

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Mag's Books

  • : We're All In This Together

    We're All In This Together
    Based on four years of interviews with Steve Smith, Mag's unconventional biography reveals the personal stories, sorrows and joys that continue to inspire the man behind the Red Green legacy.

  • : How Hard Can It Be?

    How Hard Can It Be?
    Mag's quirky and entertaining book of home improvement projects for beginners.

Nota Bene

  • It’s never too late to be who you might have been. - George Eliot (1819-1880)
  • Simplicity of character is the natural result of profound thought. - My fortune cookie