A couple of researchers, Jarkko Moilanen from University of Tampere and Tere Vadén from Aalto university, conducted a global survey among "3D Printing community" about a month ago. Survey gained over 350 participants.
This survey is part of P2P Foundation supported project called Statistical Studies of Peer Production.
Events within the Salone Internazionale del Mobile are usually cloaked in secrecy, but a mood of collaboration, generosity and transparency was evident at this year's furniture fair—a sign of the Maker Movement's influence on design.
TechCrunch knows where it's at! The first episode of TechCrunch's Makers.
"It's been months in the making, but here it is: the first episode of TechCrunch Makers, featuring Bre Pettis of Makerbot. We visited Bre's downtown Brooklyn factory where he and the rest of team design, build, and ship hundreds of Makerbots a week."
In 2009, Iso Rabins founded the Underground Market, a members-only underground farmer’s market in San Francisco intended to help budding food entrepreneurs get started without dealing with red tape. It was a success.
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