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December 7th, 2015
Episode 377 of 494 episodes
Atoms, bits and everything in between A discussion looking at how the advent of the digital age and the introduction of new technologies have changed the nature of making, as seen through peer-to-peer marketplaces, open source hardware initiatives, the internet of things and digital fabrication tools. Panellists: Philip Colligan chief executive of Raspberry Pi; Bethany Koby, Technology Will Save Us; Jessi Baker Provenance HQ; Sylvain Preumont, founder of iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com Chair: Kitty Knowles, journalist, The Memo