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Phil Shapiro is a maker and media maker in the Washingon DC area. He loves open source, digital storytelling and fixing up donated computers to deliver to people who need them. He can be reached at [email protected] and on Twitter @philshapiro.
Pete Seeger was a maker - a music maker and a justice maker.
Makers relish spontaneity because good ideas should not be deferred.
We need to move schools to a making curriculum to make learning more humane and to reduce the dropout rate.
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The Wright Brothers could not have invented the airplane without the involvement of two key women in their family.
The Book of Audacity is a comprehensive and fun to read guidebook for the popular sound recording and editing software.
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