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Introducing the Global Atlas of Innovation Spaces

From the Ananse Group: Do you ever find yourself in some random city wondering, where are all the crazy creative people? We’re attempting to answer that question for everyone, everywhere in the world?—?by collaboratively building a giant open database of Fab Labs, hackerspaces, makerspaces, impact hubs, incubators, artist collectives, co-working networks, Maker Faires, and other community workshops.
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