This "free woodworking plans" is a form of spam IMHO. If the plans are
free then why do you have to fill out an infinite list of B.S.
questionnaires? The questions go on and on and on. Do everyone a favor,
post the "last word" so that the plans can be accesssed or stop posing
as a woodworking enthusiast when your a spammer in disquise. Thanks.
Rob Mills wrote:
Sorry if thats what you think
Trust me, i'm not a spammer. I'm not quite sure what a spammer even
is... and I love woodwooding.
I'm not particulary good at it, just a hobby, and my web site is a
whole new thing to me
I have apologised profusely for the fact it's taking me a while to set
up. To be fair, I still have a day job (working away from home and
computer), I do keep asking for suggestions and I really think I
couldn't be more helpful in the circumstances.
All i'm trying to do is to get as many links to free woodworking plans
in one place as I can.
Where abouts did you have to fill in loads of forms? and i'll try to
get rid of them.
On 15 Oct 2006 23:44:31 -0700, " email@example.com"
The site looks pretty good to me, I never had to fill in any forms.
Keep up the good work, but yes. I agree with somebody else, an
indication of where the new plans reside would make it even better
still, otherwise we waste a lot of time looking
The infinite list of forms begins with the link
http://www.woodworkinglibrary.org /, when you start by submitting you
zip code, it then takes you to a screen that requests your name,
address, birth date, etc. After that, there are numerous screens that
ask you if you are interested in information pertaining to everything
from investment banking to health care on and on.
Barry Lennox wrote:
The plans aren't hosted on his site. He's just providing an index of links,
which IMO is a useful service--makes it a lot easier to find plans of
interest than does googling. If the site actually hosting a given plan
decides to change their policies and either require registration or start
charging for it that's not something that is within his control.
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