Marco Fioretti's blog
"I am not a maker. In a value system that is about creating artifacts, specifically ones you can sell, I am a less valuable human."
Isn't it great when Digital DIY empowers everybody to go beyond stereotypes and make something that really fits their actual interest, priorities and needs?
The DiDIY (Digital DIY) Project studies the nature of the DiDIY phenomenon and its long-term impacts on all sectors and levels of society, from education to work, creativity and ethics. The hypotheses in the initial proposal for the DiDIY Project include the expectation that:
We just discovered a very interesting project, which is also one more great proof that the DiDIY project is indeed researching a hot topic, one that will force society to rethink and update laws and norms in many fields, from "intellectual property" to product liability: how does life change, when practically everybody can manufacture copies of ANY PHYSICAL OBJECT?
Febryary 3rd, 2016, that is the day before our first 2016 Project Meeting was a very busy day. We had four different meetings with different groups and organizations who, for one reason or another, may have some interest in greater diffusion of Digital DIY.
(update 2016/2/2: please see details of TWO public meetings below!)