@arduino @arduinoteam @mbanzi on @wired @wireditalia cover!!!
Arduino’s Massimo on the cover of WIRES! – WIRED (IT).
Chi di voi fosse interessato ad approfondire il discorso #makers italiani ha un mese di tempo per entrare in possesso del numero di Wired in edicola: Re-Made Italy.
In copertina campeggia il Massimo nazionale con una chiave inglese, strumento che evidentemente non usa da anni ma che evoca il mondo dello smanettìo / making più del saldatore a stagno (quello sì, lo usa).
Wired – oltre a fare un bel ritratto dell’uomo ha dedicato un piccolo reportage ad Officine Arduino e a Fablabtorino. Interessante l’approfondimento sul futuro del lavoro, tema a noi estremamente caro.
Those of you who are interested in delving into the topic “Italian #makers ” have a month to buy the last number of “Wired”, now available in every news-stand, called “Re-Made Italy”.
On the cover stands the “national” Massimo with a wrench, a tool that he has not been using for years, but that evokes the world of geeks/hackers and makers more than the classic soldering iron (a tool that he definetely uses a lot!).
Wired – after giving a nice picture of the man (Massimo) – presents a small reportage about “Officine Arduino” and “Fablabtorino”. Very interesting is also the in-depth analysis of the future of work, a topic that is very, very important to us.
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