New to making? Rest assured, everyone can be a maker. Check it: this flow chart breaks it down to a few simple steps, thanks to Brant Holeman, president of Milwaukee Makerspace in the Bay View neighborhood of Milwaukee.
Makerspaces – also known as hackerspaces – are popping up all over the country. They’re community centers where people come together to share their skills, knowledge, tools and passion for learning and making in a social and collaborative setting. Makerspace members often describe themselves as “skill collectors” – people who to love to “collect” new techniques for making, hacking and fixing.
Makerspace on Wikipedia