As long as you don't mind it not being on Usenet, take a look at the
Woodworking Channel, http://www.woodworkingchannel.com/dolphin /
If you want something specific, you might ask in
alt.pictures.binaries.woodworking. It's really not for videos, but it's
about as close you're likely to come.
If you're looking for a newsgroup where copyright violation is rampant
and people post PDFs etc of published work for download, on usenet,
then yes, I know some of those groups.
But you've had better advice and sources in responses to you your post.
While I have not looked for specific woodworking videos there I have found a
number of useful videos on You Tube along with the usual entertainment only
stuff. Just punch in a particular process you are interested in and you
have a pretty good chance somebody has video taped doing it. These videos
will be from ordinary crafters like you and I, from professionals, or any
odd mix in between. Its like public access television for EVERYONE. Some
will involve tools you and I probably have, others will involve machine we
can only drool over like a tool catalog centerfold. And then there will
some that truly make you think, "I could do that."
There are a number of machine and metal working tasks I have studied from
other folks you tube videos. Some I have even tried. LOL.
The number of videos available on-line is staggering. The big thing is to
have an idea what you are looking for.
Ive exhausted youtube. I just wondered if there was something more on
usenet besides pics and message threads. Thanks for the suggestions.
I am a FW subscriber and have most of their stuff now, I am mostly
struggling trying to find handtool only projects.
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