There is a subtle disconnect between first-generation makerspace developers and the second-generation. You can think of it as Art versus Society.
We spend a lot time talking about what’s needed to help your members compete in the Gig Economy.
Today, we should spend some time talking about how makerspaces can help your community heal after a natural disaster.
After Hurricane Andrew hit Florida back in 1992, there were 90 families living in a Graybar Electric warehouse. And those that were employees wanted to work so that they didn’t have to think about the status of their homes or their lives.
Those families living in that warehouse after Andrew chose to stand up and work things out. Hopefully, makerspace developers will do the same in the aftermath of this Hurricane Season.