Madrid Mini Maker Faire - 24-25 Septiembre 2016, Medialab-Prado Cómo saber cuándo es el momento de olvidarte de tu ex Puede que técnicamente tu relación se haya terminado, pero aún estás tan compenetrado con el otro que se siente como si tuvieses que separarte pedazo a pedazo. Cuando se encuentren hablarán todo el tiempo, diseccionarán la relación e intentarán discutir las razones por las que no funcionó. Hablarán de por qué no iba a funcionar en el futuro y las razones por las que les hubiera gustado que no fuera así. Buscarás a persona en momentos de debilidad: Los llamarás cuando te sientas vulnerable y cuando necesites que alguien te asegure que vas a estar bien. Eso sí, llega un momento en que esto se acaba. Comienzas a recordar todos esos momentos románticos que vivieron una y otra vez, esos que hacen que la piel se te ponga de gallina, simplemente para sentir la adrenalina del momento. Dejas de recordar todas las discusiones que tenían o la forma en la que siempre dudabas de la relación. Este es el momento en el que tienes que superarlo y seguir con tu vida. Hazlo, déjalo ir.
DIY Paint-Dipped Vase » Lovely Indeed This is actually a revamp of a project I did years ago, and it popped into my mind recently! I wanted a vase that had a pop of color on it, and all I have around the house is white ceramic vases. So I thought a bold, springy paint color might be good for jazzing this white one up a bit. Materials white or clear cylindrical vase (we found ours at Michaels)acrylic painttin foildisposable bowl or container for dippingoptional: razor blade Make Time: 5 Minutes (Plus Dry Time) Step 1: Fill your bowl or container with about 1″ of paint. Step 2: Flip your vase upside down and dip into the paint. Step 3: Flip the vase right side up and place it on the foil to try. That’s it! Florals for this post graciously provided by Flower Muse.
Fab Lab Madrid Ceu – Laboratorio de Fabricación Digital de la Universidad CEU San Pablo, perteneciente a la red mundial de laboratorios del Center for Bits and Atoms del MIT. Fab Lab IED Madrid Fab Lab IED Madrid was born with the compromise of joining both design theory and fabrication. The space has all the usual infrastructure for digital fabrication, but also focuses on traditional crafts with infrastructure that is not easy to find available together in one place, as painting booth, welding facilities, woodworking stations, vacuformer, photographic processing, screen printing, etc. Fab Lab IED facilities have more than 300 square meters dedicated to these tasks and we encourage experimentation and discovery. - Actual and former students of IED Madrid. - Entrepreneurs and partner enterprises, that will have the possibility to develop their projects both in the business and prototyping areas. - Maker community and people involved in embracing both education, design and open minded fabrication. Employees I work here
How The Maker Movement Is Revitalizing Industry In American Cities | Co.Exist | ideas + impact The maker movement is the platform for today’s artisans to create, craft, and develop leading ideas and products. The meteoric growth of micro-manufacturers and online platforms like Etsy demonstrates how strongly the movement has taken root. And it's in cities where makers are plying their trade. It is the urban arena that is the true fulcrum of innovation as the natural meeting place of people, place, and prosperity. This hyperlocal manufacturing environment holds potential not only for individual hobbyists (myself included)–-but for economic development efforts. Community wide advances in local entrepreneurship and job creation are growing due to the rise of maker spaces, both nationwide and globally. If you’ve visited Pittsburgh lately, you might have noticed that companies like Google and TechShop have set up outposts in the city’s developing urban core. In San Francisco, the connective tissue of innovation is strong, with the maker movement being a key lever for success.
Enabling Makers To Create “The Next Big Thing” | TechCrunch Makers have long been known as hobbyists or tinkers. However, with increased access to professional-grade tools, the maker movement is transforming business as usual. Through collaboration and connectivity, makers are inspiring innovation on a daily basis with the creation of smart gadgets, machines, robots and wearables. This new way of doing business is a shift from the historic model where innovation was monopolized by multi-million-dollar companies. Makers and their peers have the opportunity to build cutting-edge products, test them in collaborative workspaces and share their inventions online in order to bring “the next big thing” to market for mass consumption. It is through this connectivity that makers are able to contribute to the Internet of Things — a world of interconnected devices that use sensors to interact with the people, the environment and other devices around them. The New Economy Of Innovation The Need For An Education Transformation The Future Impact