Tag: makers

Friday Reads: Every Tool’s a Hammer Life Is What You Make It by Adam Savage

Adam Savage—star of Discovery Channel’s Mythbusters and one of the most beloved figures in science

What libraries and Mozilla have in common

Internet activist Samuel Carlisle aka SamTheTechie on what Mozilla and libraries have in common. Here’s someone we should be working with as he gets it. Speaking of someone we as librarians should be working with, I found that video via the Mozillarian blog which is “an experimental blog exploring the intersection between the Mozilla community and […]

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Tinkers, Printers & Makers: Makerspaces in the Library

NCompass Live – Recorded on October 30, 2013 Interested in creating a Makerspace in your library? This program will discuss what a Makerspace is, how libraries of all types create and share Makerspaces with library customers and the community and feedback from users. Libraries are a much needed and often used third space, which are ideal […]