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Making

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Making
The 3 R's (pre 1850)
Reading
Reckoning
Roughing
(wroughting and wrighting)
Types

Digital
Physical
Digital/Physical
Experiences
?
Barriers
Time
Ease
Collections
Knowledge
Commitment
Cognitive Dissonance
SMT
Silo Mentality
Lack of diversity
Funding models
Narrow view of digital
"The Inquisitive Man" by Ivan Andreevich Krylov 1814
Why make?
Democratization
Social Learning
Collaboration
Self empowerment
Problem Solving
Cognitive
Desirable difficulty
Useful
Making Meaning
Why would we want to?
New audience
Community led
Workshops and courses
Learning artefacts
Different interpretations
Generate income
Participation
Making meaning
New cultural experiences
The maker culture is a contemporary culture or subculture representing a technology-based extension of DIY and DIWO culture. The subculture stresses new and unique applications of technologies, and encourages invention and prototyping. There is a strong focus on using and learning practical skills and applying them creatively. (Wikipedia)

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"I think of the Maker Movement as the web generation meets the real world." ~Chris Anderson
People
Products
Places
Process
Participation
Maker Ecosystem
Have to
Need to
Want to
External
External and Internal
Internal
The Google effect, also called Digital amnesia, is the tendency to forget information that can be found readily online by using Internet search engines such as Google. According to the first study about the Google effect people are less likely to remember certain details they believe will be accessible online.
Wikipedia
Back End IT systems
Smart Buildings
Playful Buildings
From transmission, absorption, consumption and reproduction
to participation, interaction, creation
and reflection.
We want collaborative, self organising, imaginative and creative people able to solve problems.
People that are appropriately skilled, open and productive that are reflective thinkers, learners and doers.
.... hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention .......
Herbert Simon
Instead of learning about our technology we opt for a world in which our technology learns about us.


Douglas Rushkoff

How
Participate, visit, research maker events, groups and places in your area (Raspberry Jams). http://www.dublinmaker.ie/hackerspace-makerspace/ Dublin Maker 23rd July 2016 Merrion Square
Run an event. Knit/Cook/Make/Hackathon
Contact and partner with maker organisations, Fab labs, shops, Maker Spaces, Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Partner with Schools, Colleges, Unis, FE and informal learning groups.
Invite third parties to run workshops, courses and activities in your space.
Build a maker space in your museum.

Remember community centers, libraries and the high street
Make a better world
The Lunch Counter Interactive
at the Center for Civil and Human Rights
Experiential
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