The Maker Movement Unmade? Part 2: The Roots of the Maker Movement
With the shaky ground that Maker Media (now Make: Community) stands on, this author was prematurely ready to signal the end of the maker movement. However, we have already received…
Organization Profile: Makerversity
Discussion on Education The typical methods of educating people are dead in my eyes. I have believed this for a while. I was never a fan of organized school. It…
In this article, I detail my brief visit to Machines Room and how it is closing down. This does not deter the essence of making though. There are interesting things occurring that will lead to future social change within London maker culture.
London Maker Culture
This article is focusing on London as a whole and how the environment shapes the maker culture of this city. I am also outlining the places I will be checking out in London as well.
South London Makerspace
This is a fun look at the South London Makerspace. It is a compact and fun community, but they utilize space and time effectively based on their surroundings.
This is a fun take on traditional education vs a more practical approach. I review the benefits of being with the Fab Academy program.
Wikifactory Partners with Fablabs.io, Introduces New Workflow Features
All-in-one workspace Wikifactory, a social platform for collaborative product development, has been pretty busy this summer, first releasing its beta platform and then launching the Docubot Challenge. Now the startup, which was…
Make All the Things Part 2: Ring Creation and Casting a Wax Ring, Part 1
This is an indepth how-to on making on casting a ring. This involved the usage of 3D Printers, but also various outside methods are important to this process. It is very fun to learn all of these new techniques.
Industry Experts – Tom Yang of Febtop
This is an interview with Tom Yang, the CEO of Febtop. He and his team have created a novel device that has great implications for makers.