At TED@MotorCity, Dale Dougherty, publisher of MAKE, talks about the American tradition of being "makers": the people who play, interact, develop, and innovate new technology, even if only for fun.
We can't help but agree with the importance of being "makers." If more people were encouraged to be creative with technology, we wouldn't have the major skilled worker shortage in manufacturing, and we would better be able to continue technological innovation, which helps create jobs and business for the American public.
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