Again with the lazy, link-to-someone-else’s-blog-post! But this one I don’t think too many of you would see in your routine woodworking blog perusals: Jeff Peachey’s Blog.
Jeffrey S. Peachey is the owner of a New York City-based studio for the conservation of books, and the inventor of conservation tools and machines. In other words, he’s the guy you need to see when the pages start falling out of your Gutenberg Bible. Really. Take a look at his bio and treatment portfolio, too. He’s a dedicated artisan at the top of his field of book restoration and conservation. He makes tools and machines for the dedicated few in his field and offers workshops and hosts events related to the craft. An interesting link, indeed! (And I love that he’s turned my book into a tool!)