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Well, if you read "Makers: The new Industrial Revolution" by Chris Anderson, you will answer an enthusiastic yes!...Like who?
I'm now in marketing so I spend my days talking with really sharp people about how they can get their great ideas into one of my company's custom chips.
I guess like many readers I tend to read four or five books at the same time until I find one that I just can't put down, this one is Makers.
Great introduction to the makers movement. From the context to the hands-on.Published 15 days ago by ajimenezromero
Not much new here. endless breathlesss description of concepts that could be explained in less words.
I was hoping for more information and inspiration
This was the first book by this author that I have read. It was so illuminating that I have already bought "The Long Tail" and "Free" (by the same author). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Villda
Enjoyed the book and highly recommend it to Makers that are looking for some inspiration.Published 1 month ago by SoundingBored
I feel this book is a good reference for those who want to know how 3D printing evolved in industry/business/science and its recent availability to small manufacturing firms and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by drc536
Joseph Banks? Ben Franklin? Herschel? Davy? Farraday? Marie Curie? Galileo? Einstein? Fulton? Edison? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Howard Waugh
I wish I'd read this book 2 years ago, I'd be better of financially if I had! This book is packed with insightful and inspiring content, I've highlighted something on almost every... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel R Harvey
We sadly live in a time when the term "big idea" is thrown around to describe a lot of things. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rohit Bhargava - Author | Speaker | Nice Guy
A beautiful and realistic description about the future of supply chain and manufacturing after new industrial revolution. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hernan David Perez