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This writing desk is a perfect solution for an uncluttered look in a small space. I made this one using maple plywood and inexpensive pine boards. More info and …



  1. found the answer. "LEWIS CARROLL himself proposed an answer in the 1897 final revision of Alice's Adventures. "Because it can produce a few notes, though they are very flat; and it is never put with the wrong end in front!" The early issues of the revision spell "never" as "nevar", ie "raven" with the wrong end in front."

  2. Alot of people use pocket hole joinery,you shouldn't dismiss it.I think the whole point of Stevens channel is for people of all skill levels and abilities to build something,to create for your own pleasure.Pocket hole jigs are simple,affordable,and versatile.Its opened doors for many to create.

  3. I am a high school teacher and I love your videos. Your explanations are perfect for that skill level but I hesitate to show them to the class because you don't wear safety glasses. Can you help me out with that???? other than that, keep doing what you are doing. I am learning a lot from the content and the way you present.

  4. Yes okay Poe wrote on both, but moreover I believe that the true answer is Poe (or at least Poe as the speaker in the poem) was tormented by both! Anyone who has had aspirations of being a professional author, or even a student with a deadline, can relate to the torturous empty desk when one is experiencing writer's block. Much like the damn bird in the poem pecking away at the speaker's sanity.