Guidelines For Referencing Articles From Another Site
If you reference an article or study from another site, please do not post the entire article or study within your post. Simply quote a small segment of it, along with a link to the source.
You should also use our quote function to help make it clear that the words are not yours.
Example: A quoted section would look like the following.
“The best safety device is paying very close attention to what you’re doing with a saw, but a close second is a MicroJig Gripper, which lets you control wood on the saw while keeping your fingers safely away from the blade. There is a fancy and a simpler model, either of which is good.” 17 Things To Accelerate Your Learning Curve
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Last edited by Cricket; 03-10-2017 at 10:01 AM.