Hobby woodworking has undergone a tremendous change over the past fifteen years, and much is thanks to the Internet.
Once the only way to learn about woodworking was to take a lesson from a school or a knowledgeable neighbor, relative or friend, read books and magazines or watch the New Yankee Workshop.
Today, woodworkers have access to a vast array of resources right from the comfort of their own living rooms. Websites featuring new techniques, tool reviews and video build alongs have sprung up and can provide immediate access to what woodworkers want to know.
Of course, the Internet could be a huge time waster, taking away valuable time actually doing something in the shop.
This week, how important of a woodworking tool do you believe the Internet is for you?