Thu, Mar 1, 2007, 8:12am James Vincent puzzedly queryeth:
<snip> Can you give an example of a site that has free plans? <snip>I was thinking I could find a site that had say a section on small
tables, <snip> The only things I've found so far are collections of
other sites' stuff surrounded ads and more ads.
What do you recommend? This is probably in a faq somewhere.....
Yeah, the internet. Or your local library.
So? What's wrong with a site that has links to other sites as long
as it has what you want? Seems the same difference to me.
Recommend? Go to google. Do a search for "free table plans", or
whatever it is you're after. That's what I'd do. Or, try FREE
WOODWORKING PLANS, or something along those lines. It ain't rocket
science. If everything else fails, buy a plan.
Some of my specialized searches, for my own use, have taken me
weeks on and off to find what I was looking for. I'd change search
words, search phrases, search engines. For day to day seares I just use
google, it's simple, it works. I'll say it again, 99.9% of the plans I
post are side effects from searches for my own use - and even then,
normally I post only 10% or less of the plans I actually find. You can
figure they're free plans, unless I state otherwise.
When in doubt, go to sleep.
- Mully Small