Maker Conversations from LA and the White House
top dissertation methodology ghostwriting services for masters
go to site
cialis 20 mg pills
online proofreading tools
viagra and generic drug
informational process essay
cialis mackinac island
how to help a toddler with speech delay
viagra for chf
euthanasia for and against essay
response essay thesis
levitra generico chile
citation dissertation droit constitutionnel
essay on my favourite book for grade 5
generic canadian drugs cialis
top mba essay ghostwriter for hire ca
essay on why i need a scholarship examples
language homework help
how to write technical paper
Never miss a future episode! Subscribe on iTunes, or iHeart Radio, Google Play Music, and TuneIn.
The maker episode! It’s in the DNA of our country. We must celebrate making and manufacturing so citizens get the skills and confidence to make things again. That was the theme we heard when we visited the White House earlier this week. This episode celebrates Manufacturing Day (October 7), spotlights Ellen Bennett and her apparel company designed for makers and chefs (see more here), and also features two bonus conversations about making from the White House.
On Monday, White House hosted a giant festival of ideas and action called South by South Lawn. The event featured Los Angeles as a case study in innovation, and The Art of Manufacturing host Z Holly joined other Angelenos on the main stage to share stories from LA. It was an opportunity to catch up with colleagues old and new while in D.C.
We kick off this episode with a conversation with U.S. CTO Megan Smith and colleague Megan Brewster about the important role of making in sparking the 4th industrial revolution, how cities and organizations are re-envigorating old infrastructure, and some of the more exciting technological frontiers of manufacturing.
We also ran into Adam Savage, the host of tested.com and Mythbusters, on the South Lawn at SXSL. He shares some surprising ideas about why making is so important. it’s not just about the skills for building things. This curiosity-driven way of thinking is critical for art, invention, and the creative process that all entrepreneurs can learn from.
The views expressed on The Art of Manufacturing podcast are those of the guests, and not our sponsors or partners.
more information about the episode and Ellen Bennett here
Manufacturing Day: mfgday.com
White House SXSL festival