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This Week’s Recode Decode Podcast: Kara Swisher Talks Making with Dale Dougherty and Mike Senese

This Week’s Recode Decode Podcast: Kara Swisher Talks Making with Dale Dougherty and Mike Senese

A couple weeks ago Dale and I visited the Vox studios in San Francisco to be part of Kara Swisher‘s great podcast, Recode Decode, which published this week. In it we run through the history of the maker movement, but more importantly, talk about the opportunities it has since opened up and how it continues […]

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Makers in the Arab World

Makers in the Arab World

These young Egyptian innovators are embracing technology and maker culture despite — or because of — political challenges.

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Dale Dougherty Returns as CEO of Make:

Dale Dougherty Returns as CEO of Make:

Dale is excited to announce his return to CEO after about 18 months of serving as Executive Chairman of Make:’s board of directors.

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Making to Learn at Maker Faire Orlando

Making to Learn at Maker Faire Orlando

Maker Faire Orlando is inviting educators to “Harness the Maker Movement in Your Classroom” with a special Educators session September 13th that will feature Dale Dougherty, Jay Silver, and Mark Greenlaw , all founding board members of the Maker Education Initiative (MakerEd) that seeks to create more opportunities for all young people to develop confidence, creativity, and interest in science, technology, engineering, math, art, and learning as a whole through making.

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Kicking off the Hardware Innovation Workshop

Kicking off the Hardware Innovation Workshop

MAKE’s Hardware Innovation Workshop gets kicked off to an appreciative crowd, greeted by Dale Dougherty.

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Is it a Hackerspace, Makerspace, TechShop, or FabLab?

Is it a Hackerspace, Makerspace, TechShop, or FabLab?

The past decade has seen the sudden, dramatic appearance of community spaces offering public, shared access to high-end manufacturing equipment. These spaces are interchangeably referred to as hackerspaces, makerspaces, TechShops, and FabLabs. This can lead the intended audience to become incredibly confused as to why there might be so many names for a single concept. I’d like to take some time to untangle the mess, explain the concepts behind each title, and talk about why I now make significant distinctions between all of these types of spaces.

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