WARNING: this page is part of a full, STATIC copy of the official website of the DiDIY Project, that ended in June 2017. Please read the note attached to the File Index to know more.
Here is, courtesy of Fast Coexist, a good overview of the role that Digital DIY (and public libraries!) can play in the (re) organization of work and economic growth of struggling cities, with a link to an interesting report that we'll take into account in our research:
The phenomenon of ‘digital Do It Yourself’ (DiDIY) has much to offer to creative society. By ‘creative society’ we mean the levels of creativity in society – which are vital for both personal well-being and economic growth. The rise of online communication has meant that for many years now creative people have been able to share ideas, have conversations and inspire each other via the internet.