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Interview with David Wells, NYSCI: Launching a Museum-based Maker Space

I recently wrote here (re: Make Science?) about the emergence of Maker Culture, 3D printers, and my interest in figuring out what they might afford museum-based learning. This led me to David Wells, the new Manager of Creative Making & … Continue reading

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Make Science?

A few weeks ago I went to the New York Maker-Faire. Maker-Faire, a wild outdoor carnival where technology and art meets ingenuity and oddness, has been coming to the city for the past three years. According to Wikipedia, Maker Faire … Continue reading

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