Depends on how good you are, but I'd say if you're a beginner, >>10874 helps a lot. What I've been told is to just play as many games as possible in order to get more comfortable with the game and understand why certain moves are bad on your own, etc. Also, ask for reviews after your games, especially when you lose.
And from what I experienced yesterday, most go players are always glad to help out beginners. I just popped up out of nowhere and they all gave me a warm welcome and were very friendly.
Also, real stones and board are just excellent. Much, much better than KGS. You might have some trouble visualizing certain shapes because of the perspective and that the stones aren't always places perfectly, but it feels so good. I had my hand on the bowl most of the time while I was playing (which is probably considered rude, but I couldn't help it).