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MARK HATCH is CEO of TechShop, a membership-based, do-it-yourself (DIY) makerspace. It provides the digital and physical tools to make almost anything. TechShop members have made everything from robots and a lunar lander to a successful iPad case and craft businesses.
Mark really laid out a great vision and foundation for the Maker Movement.
Places like TechSpace make it possible because the everyday person can get access to tools, computer programs, help, and everything else they need at a small cost.
Here is the first chapter of the book in pdf if you want to read some of this for yourself.
I had Mark on my podcast, The Entrepreneurs Library, to give a deep dive on The Maker Movement Manifesto. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Wade Danielson
If this book doesn't inspire you to do something creative then nothing will.Published 1 month ago by Robert S
Enticing cover but presumptuous without the research to back it up. I agree with much of what the author says but his I-said-it-so-it-must-me-true style was off-putting to me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lcm
An easy read with a lot of interesting anecdotes and stories to illustrate his points. If you are interested in the Maker Movement and want an overview, this is a great book.Published 4 months ago by MTD
Excellent overview of the Maker Movement from one of the most influential leaders on the leading edge of the revolution. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christopher
I would have given it five stars but he slammed playing golf too many times. Ha.
But seriously I plan on joining the revolution. Read more