Can you teach creativity. Some may argue that you can't, but some say you can. I agree with both of these answers, and I'll explain why in this brief look at how I teach creativity at Lehigh University, and some of my favorite systematic techniques.
To some, this looks like the end. But in reality it's only the beginning: we are shifting from a time-is-money economy of debt-based currency, corporations, and hourly wages, to a real-time "steady state" ecology of alt currencies, creating value through making, and direct p2p exchange. In short, what comes after the industrial age is not the "digital" age, but the Maker Age.
I'm a 16 year old high student and I designed a 3D printed watch cover. I launched a Kickstarter crowd funding project to raise money to buy my own 3D printer. My project raised $10,000 in 30 days from backers in 25 countries. After the project, I turned my idea into my own ecommerce business. Along the way, I learned a lot about marketing, product design and testing, customer service, and e-commerce tools - in addition to a lot about small batch manufacturing with 3D printers. As a high school student, I can help other young makers learn how to take an idea and turn it into a business. My kickstarter project: http://kck.st/11yXf98
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Former Googler with experience in traditional manufacturing presents why 3D printing is the solution in the long term: better, more innovative products, a new world of independent designers and brands, more local manufacturing, less waste overall.
Additional support: rising labor costs, rising fuel costs, new generation in developing countries educated in service industries.
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