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Posted on Do we really want to become good at woodworking?

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#1 posted 02-12-2010 03:46 PM

I hope you all didn’t take me too seriously about what I said in the introduction of the post. I actually meant it to be a little humorous. The comments about getting and using knowledge are mostly right on and I do mostly agree with what has been said here. Everyone makes mistakes. This is a sure sign that there is either more to learn or the need for better planning and attention to detail exists. I love to learn new things all the time and I find it very rewarding when I get good results. Someone once said that the Devil is in the details, and I am a firm believer in that.Being a member of a community like this makes it a lot easier to get both information and inspiration.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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