Category Archives: Abstraction / Distraction
The First Makerspace?
At some point in our evolution, human beings started sharing tools. We know from biologists that many animals make some kind of tool, but many tools provide only latent solutions — a specific tool to accomplish a specific task. At … Continue reading
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The Makerspace as 21st Century Bauhaus: A Black Mountain College in Every University
At the 10th Annual Black Mountain College ReVIEWING conference (September 2018), I moderated a panel with three innovative makerspace leaders — Adam Rogers (NCSU), David Romito (UNC), and Lauren Di Monte (U of Rochester). We talked about how the modern … Continue reading
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