The Everything Page of Go Resources
No matter what you're looking for, if it has to do with go, we think you'll find it on one of the pages listed below. If you don't, write to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us. Our goal is to maintain the most thorough listing of Internet go resources anywhere.
Go in Print: Hundreds of books, magazines, movies, cartoons and other works featuring go, briefly annotated.
Go Links: Hundreds of the best go-related sites on the Internet.
Vendors: Retailers and distributors of go equipment, software and related goods.
Teaching Go: Technical support, guidance and downloads for go teachers.
The Bob High Memorial Library: Don't miss this collection of humorous, scholarly, and offbeat articles delving into cultural, historical, mathematical and other aspects of the game.
Go Servers: Thousands of people all over the world are playing go online right now! Here's how to join them.
Go Software: Software that plays against you, helps you study, and more.
How To Run A Tournament: Everything you need to know to get started running AGA rated tournaments, leagues and rating ladders to enliven your club, with links to more extensive resources.
How to Run a Go Congress: Everything you need to know to bring the US Go Congress to your home town.
American Professionals: Looking for a teacher? Our roster of players with pro credentials from Asian go associations is a good place to start.
The American Go Foundation: A tax-deductible non-profit organization, the AGF has supported teachers and organizers for more than 25 years, mainly through tax-free donations from players and enthusiasts like you.
The AGA works hard to promote awareness of go, publishing The American Go E-Journal, encouraging national media to cover events and supporting coverage of regional go events in newspapers and on television. If you are a member of the news media and want to know more about the AGA, please write to email@example.com.