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Taking things into our own hands.
Episode Eleven - What's Next for makerculture?
March 26, 2010
| What will stop Maker Culture from hitting the mainstream?
Episode Ten - EduPunks
March 19, 2010
| Classrooms are becoming more reliant on technology and ordinary people are starting to take education into their own hands.
Episode Nine -- Playing with our food
March 12, 2010
| Makers take food into their own hands -- art ensues.
Episode Eight - Makers close to home
March 4, 2010
| We look at makers who provide clothing, shelter and fashion for themselves, by themselves.
Episode Seven - Dr. Everyman
February 26, 2010
| Citizen scientists are folding proteins, finding galaxies and all from their own homes
Episode Six - MEdia
February 19, 2010
| In this episode, we get our hands around all types of home brewed media—from books to music.
Episode Five - Political Change Makers
February 12, 2010
| From the local to the global level citizens and activists are taking politics into their own hands.
Episode four - We're all hackers now
February 5, 2010
| How hackers set us on the track to be makers.
Episode Three - History in the Making
January 29, 2010
| Where did maker culture come from? What makes a maker?
Episode Two - The Fabricators
January 25, 2010
| What would you do with a machine that could print anything, even itself?
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