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Icelandic artist James Merry

Embroidery {click}

What do you love about embroidery?
I love the pace and focus and control of hand embroidery. It slows you down. It zooms you into a really precise point of focus, which can be very therapeutic if you have an otherwise quite large and busy life.

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Can the Maker Movement Infiltrate Mainstream Classrooms?

by Katrina Schwartz, Mind/Shift

“Most of the people that I know who got into science and technology benefited from a set of informal experiences before they had much formal training,” said Dale Dougherty, editor of Make Magazine and founder of Maker Faire on  90 more words

Smart cars, civic innovation and makers

Todays destination was Columbus, Ohio for a mix of disruptive technology, urban regeneration and a maker organisation.


If you don’t know what these are – you should because Telsa is changing cars and driving as we know it.  491 more words

Liberty and Coffee for All! The Brew of the American Revolution.

From the nation’s birthplace – Happy Independence Day! This weekend, we’re raising a brew to liberty and justice for all and celebrating the strong connection between coffee and American Independence. 191 more words


Now Registering for Makercamp

Welcome prospective campers! We are pleased to announce a brand new program starting Friday July 10th.  Registration has started, sign up today!

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Rebecca Rebouche on Hustle

The hustle is humbling and, at best, completely authentic and gracious… it’s edgy enough to strengthen my tenacity, to help me visualize my goals in relationship to my true north, and to cultivate enough energy to make those goals real.

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Let the BitOlympic Games begin!

littleBits + Olympics = BitOlympics

While we may still be a year out from the Rio Summer Games, our friends at littleBits have launched the first-ever… 339 more words

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