There are lots of great woodworking places on the internet, and I thought I’d share my favorites; if you have one not listed, but let me know in the comments section!
FineWoodworking Magazine – The premier woodworking magazine. A wide variety of articles, and for everyone from beginners to masters. I’m a member of their online community as well, and I love that I can download PDFs of articles from the magazine, and can keep them conveniently on my hard drive.
Lumberjocks – a place for the average to advanced woodworker to show off his projects; a robust forum; classes. Lots of traffic, well laid out.
Twitter – You can find lots of varieties of woodworking disciplines on Twitter. I follow WoodworkingNetwork (@WoodworkingBiz), Popular Woodworking (@pweditors), and WoodworkersInstitute (@woodworkers), to name a few. Problem with some woodworkers when they tweet? They put up useless stuff – like “I just got done with my cabinet!”. Nobody cares! By the way, you can follow me at @NewMissionWkshp. I promise to tweet only relevant stuff!
Facebook Woodworking Groups page – A pretty active and interesting group on FB.
CustomMade – The best place to sell your stuff, if you are a pro woodworker than can run with a client’s request. They bring makers (like you and I) together with folks out there looking to have stuff made (“Round dining table with leaf. Approximately 40″ to 48″ with a leaf. No inlay necessary.”) I do about 90% of my work through them. No fee, except when you sell – they get a reasonable 10%.