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osi of us make New Year's .resolutions this lime of year. We at AW made one we intend to keep: We pledge to satisfy our readers.

To keep our part of the bargain, we need feedback from you. What are your woodworking interests? What turns vou on most? What kinds of articles do you want to see more of in the vear to come? We learn about some of you by mailing out surveys. Unfortunately, each survey can reach onlv a fraction of our 200,000 subscribers. We

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