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People of Color-led Makerspace and Hackerspace!

People of Color-led Makerspace and Hackerspace! | Maker Movement | Scoop.it
Help us keep Liberating Ourselves Locally (LOL) Makerspace and Hackerspace open (Help make it happen for People of Color-led Makerspace & Hackerspace!
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How to make a movement, innovation with communication: Rose Shaffer at TEDxYoungstown

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TED...
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Innovation in education starts here

Find out how to participate in the Open Education Challenge, a new opportunity for innovators in education to develop, strengthen and fund their startups. Fo...
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Assemble & Fly a DRONE in a DAY

Assemble & Fly a DRONE in a DAY | Maker Movement | Scoop.it
Undergrads: Assemble & Fly a DRONE in a DAY - http://t.co/Ns86iFHvEl
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Mark Zuckerberg on the shift to mobile and the Great Unbundling of Facebook | GigaOM Tech News

Mark Zuckerberg on the shift to mobile and the Great Unbundling of Facebook | GigaOM Tech News | Maker Movement | Scoop.it
When you’re as big as Facebook is — with over a billion users worldwide and a stock-market value of more than $150 billion — it would be tempting to just sit back and watch the money roll in. But co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is doing the exact opposite: he is busy thinking of ways to disrupt his own success, as a way of figuring out how Facebook can adapt to a mobile world full of fragmented social experiences like Instagram and Snapchat. Zuckerberg talked to New York Times technology writer Farhad Manjoo about that and some other topics (including turning 30, a question he mostly ignored) during a recent interview. The piece is headlined “Can Facebook Innovate?” — which seems a little odd, given that Facebook has launched at least half a dozen new apps and services in the past year or two. As I’ve argued before, Facebook is one of the few large companies that seems to have taken Steve Jobs’ approach to heart: namely, the need to disrupt yourself before others do so (as Apple did with the iPhone and iPad). It’s true that most of Facebook’s experiments have failed to set the world on fire, but that doesn’t make them not innovative. Innovation also means trying and failing. Click headline to read more--
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Should Cities have Zoning for Drones?

Should Cities have Zoning for Drones? | Maker Movement | Scoop.it
The FAA's rules about commercial drones have so far been ham-fisted: ban, except in special cases. But what would a world where we live, play, and work next to drones look like? What would city zoning for drones look like?

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