Recommended Wood Working Web Sites: Work in Progress.
http://lumberjocks.com/ : Site dedicated to showcasing wood working projects sent in by members of lumberjocks. Joining and viewing the site is free. Site is searchable by project type. Currently there are 50,000 members sharing over 70,000 projects. Yep, you can surf there forever checking out multiple pictures of projects submitted by members. Log on and view projects submitted most recently. The site has all the expected blogs, reviews, pictures, membership information. You could spend all your free time there.
http://www.wkfinetools.com/ : Old tools and processes. Magazine format covering a lot of different topics. Masters Library contains huge number of old wood working and tool books that can be downloaded in PDF form. Another huge site with a huge amount of info.
http://woodworking.about.com/ : More generic magazine full of interesting woodworking stuff.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodworking : As you might imagine Wikipedia is an endless source of all kinds of woodworking information. Just shows how much free time that nice people have that they want us to have endless free information about just about everything. Not a good era to be selling encyclopedias!
www.amazon.com is a must check for any and all tool purchases. Always check there before buying anything. Very often you get free shipping and no tax. Then later you get the joy of that nice brown box being delivered to the house.
To contact Mr. Kosberg please rely on e-mail at the address below.
If you find yourself at Collinsville High School the preferred method of contact is in person at the magnificent wood shop room 130. Stop by and say hello in person :o)
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