Thursday night (Feb 28) at the Ft. Worth Museum of Science and History I'm giving a talk titled "Making Makers: The New Tools and Ideas Driving a Movement." I am going to present a short and colorful history of making things, and then launch into the new tools, technologies, and social changes that are driving an all-ages maker movement. I'll conclude with a fun and fascinating gallery of homemade inventions.
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