Can the Maker Movement Infiltrate Mainstream Classrooms?

Katrina Schwartz | July 2, 2014 | http://blogs.kqed.org/ At the White House Maker Faire recently, where President Obama invited “makers” of all ages to display their creations, the  President investigated a robotic giraffe, a red weather balloon and shot a marshmallow cannon made by a student. With so much fanfare and media attention on the event, some educators are hopeful more »


Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement

TJ MCCue 10/26/11 forbes.com The Maker Movement. The people who create, build, design, tinker, modify, hack, invent, or simply make something. That’s who this new blog is for and about because they are moving the economy. Many people talk about how small business, startups, entrepreneurs are the true economy, or at least, the forces that will move more »


The Light of Human Kindness

The NoCo Mini Maker Faire is trying to make this wonderful, interactive project happen.  Will you help? makerfairenoco.com June 26, 2014 Check this out http://thelightofhumankindness.com/ A community art project combining paint, stories, and technology. Can we do something like this at the NoCo Mini Maker Faire October 4/5? I want to try. Who wants to help?? The more »

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Denver Mini Maker Faire Interview: Lulzbot

LulzBot is a brand of Aleph Objects, Inc., a Libre / Open Source Hardware company founded in January 2011 and headquartered in Loveland, Colorado, USA. LulzBot 3D printers, 3D printer parts, and 3D printing filament materials are all developed as a part of the RepRap 3D print community. To read more about Lulzbot, check out more »

Denver Mini Maker Faire: Cei Lambert

Meet Maker & Artist Cei Lambert! From drawing and illustration to textiles and design, Cei MAKES beautiful art that he loves sharing with the community. Check out more of Cei Lambert’s work here: http://www.ceialambert.com/ BIG thank you to V3 Media Marketing for helping capture the maker spirit! To learn more about V3MM and film, check more »