Turning Archive 2008

Subject:
Symposium notes

john lucas
>I was going through some old notebooks that I carry to the symposiums. You forget how much you learn from those things. I go back and look at the notes and it brings back ideas for things I wanted to build or tool techniques I wanted to try. It's like looking back through old magazines and rereading an article that didn't mean all that much at the time but now there's a tip in that article that is really useful to the turning your doing today. If you've never been to a symposium or "gathering" of some sort then I would highly recommend it. You learn more than you realize, maybe even years later.

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