Hackerspaces: Making the Maker Movement

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John Wiley & Sons, 23. maj 2017 - 224 sider
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A new industrial revolution. The age of making. From bits to atoms. Many people are excited by the possibilities offered by new fabrication technologies like 3D printers, and the way in which they are being used in hacker and makerspaces. But why is the power of hacking and making an idea whose time has come?

Hackerspaces: Making the Maker Movement takes the rise of the maker movement as its starting point. Hacker and makerspaces, fab labs, and DIY bio spaces are emerging all over the world. Based on a study of hacker and makerspaces across the US, the book explores cultures of hacking and making in the context of wider social changes, arguing that excitement about the maker movement is not just about the availability of new technologies, but the kinds of citizens we are expected to be.

 

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Hackerspace=makerspace. It is a physical location where actual people gather to tear down and rebuild better. They are increasingly popular; there are well over 1300 of them around the world. This ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

Indhold

Introduction
1
Craft DIY and Active Leisure
14
Histories of Hacking and Making
28
How Do Hackerspaces Work?
43
The Hacker Spirit
60
How Do Hackerspaces Really Work?
75
Exclusion
92
Cool Projects
108
Emancipation and Commodification
123
Who Is a Hacker?
141
Conclusion
155
Notes
174
Index
189
EULA
193
Copyright

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Om forfatteren (2017)

Sarah R. Davies is a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen.

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