[Lab] Fab Fair in the Fall
lindsay at tedxkids.ca
Fri May 14 10:52:14 EDT 2010
Quickly, I'm going to weigh in on the below discussion. That said, I don't
think I attended the Maker Fair, so it's entirely possible there are gapping
holes in my interpretation, rendering the following moot. Either way, here I
1) Is there a date set for this Electric Fields extravaganza?
I get the sense this is longer than one day, since there was a suggestion to
have a maker fair for one evening...
2) I'm not sure the nuances of what a "Maker Fair" entail, but from my
immediate interpretation, it would be all things building, DIY, and
3) Pending on clarifications of the above, my immediate suggestion would be
to leverage TEDxKids exposure to help launch a solid Canadian Maker Fair.
It's unsurprising that we have to trek to NYC for such things, however, I
think we have the potential to create a microcosm Maker Fair in Ottawa and
rock it (at least running with my current definition of what this entails).
ps. As for the bus rental and such Mister Andrew, I don't have firsthand
border crossing experience, but I'll ask around. Road trip....
On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 10:21 AM, Andrew Plumb <andrew at plumb.org> wrote:
> On 2010-05-13, at 11:09 PM, Andrew Plumb wrote:
> > On 2010-05-13, at 9:32 PM, Ryan Stec wrote:
> >> Be curious to know what people would think of this, especially those of
> you who have had the chance to attend a Maker Fair.
> > I haven't, but Sebastien should be able to fill us in on all the details
> when he returns+recovers from this weekend's MakerFaire in San Francisco.
> Correction: MakerFaire SF is next weekend, not this.
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