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Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement

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Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement @ Forbes.

The Maker Movement. The people who create, build, design, tinker, modify, hack, invent, or simply make something. That’s who this new blog is for and about because they are moving the economy.

Many people talk about how small business, startups, entrepreneurs are the true economy, or at least, the forces that will move the US and World economies back from the brink. I believe that these new business will help fix our ailing economy.

Wow, Forbes has a new blog dedicated to makers!


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  1. You need a Forbes account to comment, which is seemingly “free” in terms of money, but NOT free in terms of giving up your privacy (Email harvest).

  2. @drone – many people use throw-away email accounts…

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