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    Nice woodworking site

    I have been visiting this site for some time now. It was taken down a few weeks ago due to re-construction. I think it will be re-launched later this month. It used to have all kinds of streaming woodworking videos. Right now it is playing a Sam Maloof's video (I have seen it before and I believe it is several hours long) along with some others. Check it out:

    http://www.woodworkingchannel.com

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    Yep, I'm glad to see the Woodworking Channel back up too.

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    Hey, it now works with Firefox as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    I have been visiting this site for some time now. It was taken down a few weeks ago due to re-construction. I think it will be re-launched later this month. It used to have all kinds of streaming woodworking videos. Right now it is playing a Sam Maloof's video (I have seen it before and I believe it is several hours long) along with some others. Check it out:

    http://www.woodworkingchannel.com
    Thanks for the link.

    The turning video with Rude Osolnik was pretty interesting.
    We create with our hands in wood what our mind sees in thought.
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    I was disappointed when it went down, and am glad they're bringing it back. I've always intrigued by the Bombay Jewelry Chest episode of The American Woodshop. It was a bandsaw box made from glued up scrap, but the intro included a talk w/George Reid who made miniature pieces (about 1/4 scale or less) using standard WWing procedures. George did beautiful work. We lost George last year, and it was an honor to know the man. He was a member of our local WWing club and always willing to provide help. Scott is a member as well, and I have to tell you he is a hoot.

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