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Maker Culture: The Making-of

Maker Culture: The Making-of

An exploration of the history and hidden origins of the Maker Movement. (Talk at retune, October 2012)

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Wolfgang Wopperer-Beholz

October 28, 2012
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  1. Maker Culture The Making-of Wolfgang Wopperer | retune, 28.10.2012

  2. None
  3. The Maker Movement (according to Anderson)

  4. The Maker Movement (according to Anderson) 1. Digital desktop tools

    to create and prototype designs
  5. The Maker Movement (according to Anderson) 1. Digital desktop tools

    to create and prototype designs 2. A cultural norm to share those designs
  6. The Maker Movement (according to Anderson) 1. Digital desktop tools

    to create and prototype designs 2. A cultural norm to share those designs 3. Common design file standards to send the designs to commercial manufacturing services
  7. Maker Culture

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  13. A little archeology

  14. Crafting Making things yourself

  15. Crafting Making things yourself

  16. Crafting Making things yourself

  17. Crafting Making things yourself

  18. Whole Earth Catalog “Access to Tools”

  19. Whole Earth Catalog “Access to Tools”

  20. Whole Earth Catalog “Access to Tools”

  21. Whole Earth Catalog “Access to Tools”

  22. PLATO Computers connecting people

  23. PLATO Computers connecting people

  24. PLATO Computers connecting people

  25. FOSS Networked collaboration on a global scale

  26. FOSS Networked collaboration on a global scale

  27. FOSS Networked collaboration on a global scale

  28. Maker Culture (personally biased view)

  29. Maker Culture (personally biased view) 1. Making things yourself

  30. Maker Culture (personally biased view) 1. Making things yourself 2.

    Access to tools and knowledge
  31. Maker Culture (personally biased view) 1. Making things yourself 2.

    Access to tools and knowledge 3. Computers connecting people
  32. Maker Culture (personally biased view) 1. Making things yourself 2.

    Access to tools and knowledge 3. Computers connecting people 4. Networked collaboration on a global scale
  33. Some common threads

  34. Autonomy

  35. Collaboration

  36. Amateurism

  37. (Like on the Web)

  38. (Like on the Web)

  39. (Like on the Web)

  40. (Like on the Web)

  41. (Like on the Web)

  42. (Like in your neigbourhood)

  43. (Like in your neigbourhood)

  44. (Like in your neigbourhood)

  45. (Like in your neigbourhood)

  46. Some consequences

  47. Some consequences requirements

  48. Generativity

  49. Generativity

  50. Generativity

  51. Generativity

  52. Openness

  53. Openness

  54. Openness

  55. Openness

  56. More free time

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  58. @wowo101 wolfgang@todayimade.co http://todayimade.co http://stpauli.makerhood.de