I follow this group several times a day, and while some might suggest I
could use more time out, or at least in the shop, I am wondering if there
are other WW newsgroups out there besides this one and the posts at FWW. Do
y'all have any others that you keep up with? I'd like MORE.... I just wish
that all of the wood mags were weekly.... hehehhehe... Any links, etc would
try Wood Central. www.woodcentral.com.
Run by Ellis Walentine, former editor of American Woodworker (in its Rodale
Excellent moderated group.
"Men willingly believe what they wish."
Julius Caesar, De Bello Gallico
There is the OWWM but we don't necessarily talk about
wooddorking but more the finding and resurrecting of old
wooddorking machinery. OK, the truth is some of us are just
there to live vicariously trough the exploits of others.
OWWM The Forum:
OWWM The Web Site:
Now that I'm dome with my shameless whoring, the guys at
Shop Notes have a number of forums as does Wood magazine but
on the Wood forums it looks as though Marlin is continuously
breaking in with *updates* from the home office in Des
Moines. It gets rather annoying after a while and starts
smelling like processed ham. in a can.
Be sure to check out alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking for pictures and
discussions of projects. I find even more information from the google
archives. There is more than you could ever read about woodworking stored
Not a discussion group, but a link, anyway: I have a web site that
offers free space to display your work if you don't have any other
alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking is OK, but I think that looking at
pix on a web site is more convenient -- especially if you want to
e-mail friends or family and point them to the site to see what you
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