Noooooooo! Such an influential mover and shaker for the wunnerful world of hand tools, wandering off into the wilderness instead of being able to sucker in all those Normites from the authority of the editor's chair? Aaargh! *sob*
Okay, so there's nothing to do - but I won't be taking out that sub I was thinking about. Not yet.
3. Happy Memories.
Ah, Woodworking Magazine.
4. Positive Light.
Reduction in Roubo-ness? Okay, more seriously, things can get stale, and better to go before they do.
If PWW can keep up the same quality of hand tool stuff then whoopee. It's one thing to do this when there's chronic evangelist in charge, but if they can do it without one, then that's even better and suggests it's really here to stay.
6. Silver Lining.
Less Roubo... Oh, and there'll still be articles, blogs, and all the interesting stuff from Lost Art Press.
If there are still articles, blogs, etc, then the Schwarz Effect on tool desirability will probably still be operative.
(Good luck, Chris. And thank you for the show so far.)