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Extreme How-To’s Blog is a part of the Latitude3 Media Group.  Extreme How-To utilizes its blog along with its other social network sites  to better serve its readers and its advertisers.

Jeremy Hollingsworth Publisher 
Matt Weber Editor-in-Chief
Chad Gillikin Executive VP and Co-Founder



  1. Marge says:

    I love the classy look, I could fill two. Hope I win!

  2. I saw your blog bookmarked on Delicious. I love your site and articles. Keep up the good work.

  3. Teri Conrad says:

    Hey guys! Love your blog! I could learn a thing or two! Just recently started following you on Twitter as @mytradesdirect (I am also @TLCHOME – a Realtor in Langley). Looking forward to following your tweets and blog! Cheers!

  4. David says:

    Just got my first issue May, 2010. Please keep your editorials to home improvement. Your political opinions have no value and will result in a request for my subscription money returned.

  5. Hal says:

    Actually I am guessing you are referring to Matt’s Letter from the Editor in the May edition. I read the letter before publication and while I appreciate your input, I fail to see the politicization of its content. Government waste when it involves home improvement projects is actually something our readership can appreciate. What better audience to hold our elected officials accountable than the people who visit their local hardware and home improvement centers to purchase the same products used in these government programs. Our logic runs like this, we know what it takes to weatherize a house because we do it. We see someone else do the same work and overcharge the customer for it, we bring this to light. In this case, we are the customer as a taxpayer and we are the ones paying the bill. So in response to the letter being political in nature, I see no mention of political party.
    I will fathom to say that most of our readers are taxpayers and therefore they too are the customers who are overpaying for this program. Our job is to educate regarding home improvement. When the government gets into home improvement then it falls under our editorial coverage. If it does a good job, we will report it. If it does a poor job, we will report it. My thoughts are instead of government cheese, maybe we should get government spray foam insulation. The money would have insulated a lot more houses and actually moved the country in the direction of having to rely less on energy imports.
    Hal Jones
    Online Media Director

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