Makers (aka fabbers) are taking full advantage of information-sharing and cross-pollination between disciplines to encourage creativity, invention and prototyping. Welcome to the Age of Disruption!
We look to the past for clues to where we're heading and we only need to look back to the 1960's to see the impact that a counterculture can have once it bubbles to the surface and enters the mainstream.
There's a radical shift happening in the way we're learning, doing business, sharing ideas, and creating new things. It's global and it's moving fast.
No matter how a particular makerspace is operated, people are there because they want to be there - they're motivated, engaged and eager - learning skills, sharing ideas, and cooperating.
Storytelling predates the written word. Cave art, gestures, and oral narrative were storytelling mediums of the ancient past. Although the methods and media have advanced with technology, the true value remains the...
Water is a chemical compound made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom - commonly called H2O. Remove the oxygen, and the hydrogen gas becomes transportable, storable clean fuel that can be burned like natural gas...
Zazzle has an amazing selection of artwork and designs that can be custom printed on T-shirts, phone cases, clocks, mugs, business cards, wedding invitations and a whole lot more. You can order them just as you see...
There is no "truthipedia" to guide us and "common sense" is a whole lot less common than it use to be. Will your kids have the critical thinking skills necessary to solve the problems of tomorrow?
Jazzed about the blues? Then save some of that vacation time for September - and take in the Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Harvest Jazz & Blues has grown into one of North...
Imagine downloading a digital file to your computer and printing out new frames for your glasses - in a tasteful damask pattern (in two-tone green to match your phone of course!) Sound silly? Not if you're paying...
I don't have to tell you how bad the job market is. Since 2008, you or someone close to you likely lost a decent job. And if you were fortunate enough to find another one, chances are you're underemployed and probably...