A panel discussion with 6 guys who work in/with for-profit and non-profit Makerspaces. Some really great talk about the future of Makerspaces, how they impact the community, the roles of makerspaces in schools, etc. etc.
Major shifts in hardware design and production have allowed the “maker movement” to mature rapidly.
Melanie Barker's insight:
"The 'maker movement' has been driven by a flourishing of talent. We've watched the emergence of what we call creation spaces: communities, networks, and cultures that encourage learning and improvement."