"There are also so many really great websites where people can share their projects. We have Instructables and iFixit and Etsy and Make and Hack a Day and our own Adafruit. So people who used to do this stuff alone now have even more community. It used to be just freaks in garages; now it's freaks in garages working together."
The interview is filled with great ideas, links, videos, and more. If you're a tinkerer, DIYer or full on Maker, you don't want to miss this interview.
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