Yeti Cup/Tumbler Engrave? Glowforge Project
On this episode of The Atlanta Maker we engrave a Yeti style tumbler with a Glowforge. Yeti style tumblers are very popular right ...
Books on the subject of Glowforge yeti cups
I Don't Know Sh*t About F*ckSimon and Schuster. 2021
Discover the rich philosophy of Ruth Langmore, everyone’s favorite foul-mouthed criminal, in this irreverent, playful, and profanity laden “guide to life” inspired by the hit Netflix television series Ozark. Toughened by both her criminal ties and her dedication to her family, Ruth Langmore is guided by one principal: She doesn’t know sh*t about f*ck. Far from being willfully ignorant, Ruth admits that she has much to learn, forming a personal philosophy based on a positive attitude toward lifelong learning. A born survivor, Ruth knows a thing or two about persevering through life’s most difficult situations. In this blunt but profound guide to life, Ruth herself shows you how to navigate your own personal blind sides, while simultaneously learning the skills you need to thrive. So, listen motherf*ckers, and forget everything you think you know.
A River Runs Through It and Other Stories, Twenty-fifth Anniversary EditionUniversity of Chicago Press. 2009
Just as Norman Maclean writes at the end of "A River Runs through It" that he is "haunted by waters," so have readers been haunted by his novella. A retired English professor who began writing fiction at the age of 70, Maclean produced what is now recognized as one of the classic American stories of the twentieth century. Originally published in 1976, A River Runs through It and Other Stories now celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary, marked by this new edition that includes a foreword by Annie Proulx. Maclean grew up in the western Rocky Mountains in the first decades of the twentieth century. As a young man he worked many summers in logging camps and for the United States Forest Service. The two novellas and short story in this collection are based on his own experiences—the experiences of a young man who found that life was only a step from art in its structures and beauty. The beauty he found was in reality, and so he leaves a careful record of what it was like to work in the woods when it was still a world of horse and hand and foot, without power saws, "cats," or four-wheel drives. Populated with drunks, loggers, card sharks, and whores, and set in the small towns and surrounding trout streams and mountains of western Montana, the stories concern themselves with the complexities of fly fishing, logging, fighting forest fires, playing cribbage, and being a husband, a son, and a father. By turns raunchy, poignant, caustic, and elegiac, these are superb tales which express, in Maclean's own words, "a little of the love I have for the earth as it goes by." A first offering from a 70-year-old writer, the basis of a top-grossing movie, and the first original fiction published by the University of Chicago Press, A River Runs through It and Other Stories has sold more than a million copies. As Proulx writes in her foreword to this new edition, "In 1990 Norman Maclean died in body, but for hundreds of thousands of readers he will live as long as fish swim and books are made."