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Free to Make: How The Maker Movement Is Changing Our Schools, Our Jobs, And Our Minds

Fast Company highlights a new book from Dale Dougherty: The book coincides with the 10th anniversary of the Maker Faire and the World Maker Faire in New York on October 1-2, featuring innovative and experimental technologies across science, engineering, art, performance and craft. Doughtery—profiled in Fast Company last year—guides readers through the movement via several inventive participants and suggests how they can get involved.
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