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Lift10 - FabLabs / The Makers Are Coming

by Independent consultant on knowledge work, learning and social media at Independent on Jul 09, 2010

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At Lift10 Marseille July 5-7th I spoke about the Dutch FabLabs

At Lift10 Marseille July 5-7th I spoke about the Dutch FabLabs

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  • TonZijlstra Ton Zijlstra, Independent consultant on knowledge work, learning and social media at Independent Yes, resilience is a concept we do need to explore in more detail I think. To me that resilience in the context of global connectedness is a promising path for many of the problems our macrosystems are causing/having, as well as the balancing of the negative fall-out that our global connectedness causes, while maintaining the enormous benefits that connectedness also brings.

    As to your remark on crediting the makers. It’s a very good point. Of some of the pictures I know who the maker is, but in general I don’t. Most of the pictures taken in the labs don’t get tagged or titled. Where the photo was made by someone else, I credited the photographer.
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  • ptroxler Peter Troxler, International Business Research Collaboriginal at Square One Dr Peter Troxler once again ... an excellent presentation, ready to be shared on so many occasions. thank you for that. i believe that we should actually, one day, organize some very serious thinking around 'resilience' -- something that has just not been picked up by the majority of people but becomes more and more relevant to everybody, particularly in our first world livelyhoods.

    btw., just one little remark: why don't you or how could you credit the makers of the objects you picture?
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