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The site is very close! Spindle Talk articles can be easily found vis a drop-down tab at the top or at the side navigation.

I signed up for a Twitter account. I don’t know what to do with it…but seemed like a good step.

I am still working on some articles I hope to finalized before I announce the site.

Banner and logo…I’ve drawn a creative blank, but hope genius will strike me (or someone else willing to share) mighty soon.

Things are coming together beautifully!

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Thanks to the help of Anthony Garcia and Ariel Soulag, A Spindler’s Musings is finally taking form and looking cooler than I imagined!

I am very excited!

For those if you you have been privy to the stages of conception to web, I continue to appreciate your support and feedback.

You will find easy access to “spindle talk” pages — with a most recent interview with Joshua Lynch of TexasJeans.

Three additional pages appear in the upper navigation — “spindles,” “spinning” (which I like to think of as the “informational pages” — but too long a title) and “contact me.”

I set up an e-address specifically for this website. Although you can make comments on the very first page, commentary has been turned off for all other pages — I want to keep these as valid sources of information that can be used and expanded upon in the future. Personally, I feel too many comments can clutter pages — esp. those designed to be informational rather than opinion.

Recognizing that visitors may want to leave a comment, you can have a comment approved on the “hello friends” page or blog.

Although I’ve yet to fully decide how large of a roll the blog will play — just announcements or brief snippets into projects I’m working on or new tools I test or what spindles I’m using or…whatever.

If you’d like to hear about some of my personal projects, please contact me with feedback — I’ve never used a blog before and want this website to be most successful.

Please note that other than announcements, my blog entries should not be taken as an endorsement, recommendation or discouragement of any spindles, fibers, stores and so on. “Official” review and discussions will remain under “spindle talk.”

So, I know I still have some work to do — been a bit under the weather and unable to figure out how to make the site look/feel as I envisioned. I think it is coming along nicely, thanks to the two gentlemen helping in more ways I could list here.

We are getting close!
Please e-mail me direct for comments or suggestions.

Happy spinning!

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