1. Respect wood.
If you think herding cats is the height of futility, creator C.C. Boyce can one-up ya. She’s on a mission to teach the fundamentals of woodworking to professional comedians.
Would You Woodwork? is a comedic, instructional woodworking webseries designed to demystify the woodshop and inspire novices to pick up a drill. Wanna be handy? It’s our Project of the Day.

    Respect wood.

    If you think herding cats is the height of futility, creator C.C. Boyce can one-up ya. She’s on a mission to teach the fundamentals of woodworking to professional comedians.

    Would You Woodwork? is a comedic, instructional woodworking webseries designed to demystify the woodshop and inspire novices to pick up a drill. Wanna be handy? It’s our Project of the Day.

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  2. 3… 2… 1… Go.
Adrenaline junkie Josh Aldridge seems like the kind of guy who likes to do everything with his own two hands, which is why we’re not surprised that he’s tracking the progress of his Kickstarter campaign with paper and pen. 
Aldridge is the creator of Go., an adventure travel series designed to spur inquisitive couch potatoes to get out and explore. As you can see from his chart, Go. has a ways to, er, go. But with 25 days left, a few adventurous backers each day can make the difference. 

    3… 2… 1… Go.

    Adrenaline junkie Josh Aldridge seems like the kind of guy who likes to do everything with his own two hands, which is why we’re not surprised that he’s tracking the progress of his Kickstarter campaign with paper and pen. 

    Aldridge is the creator of Go., an adventure travel series designed to spur inquisitive couch potatoes to get out and explore. As you can see from his chart, Go. has a ways to, er, go. But with 25 days left, a few adventurous backers each day can make the difference. 

  3. You don’t know the name Kay D’Arcy. But you will. Like most aspiring actors, she moved to Hollywood over a decade ago and struggled for years to make it big. Over the protests of her family, D’Arcy kept at it and finally got her break with a Kickstarter project known as Agent 88. Now she’s on the brink of stardom. The catch? She’s 79 years old.

    Entertainment Weekly, on the success of Agent 88