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I also agree, I sometimes like thumbing through a catalog. I do feel guilty when I through it away. Even if it's going into the recycle bin.
A few stores I shop at are offering electronic versions of their catalogs. It's not quite like flipping through a real catalog, but not as much guilt :). I'm also seeing them embed links that will take you to their web site and product.
Also, as tablets and eReaders grow in number, I think you will see more and more electronic versions of things.
Glad to see you are improving a generally great site.
I'm sure you're aware of the new Lee Valley online catalogs. That is the standard to aim for. But, your additions are no doubt a help.
That browsing feature is a wicked good marketing tool.
McMaster Carr is well known for their electronic "print" catalog - which they have probably spent $millions$ to develop. I like their site because it gives a similar catalog "experience" without 23 pounds of paper!
Hopefully someday, when the prices get affordable, we will all have our iPads with our magazines, newspapers, and TFWW catalogs on them.
Until then, keep up the good work!
Once again, TFWW is at the forefront!