Back in the early 2000s, the Maker Movement took hold in California, based on the emergence of such do-it-yourself (DIY) tools as 3-D printers, Google's SketchUp and makerspaces such as TechShop, with all the tools you need to make almost anything. Thus entrepreneurs began building prototypes and designing new products without the traditional huge investment.


Written by tiroberts
1358 days ago

I think that this is true. If you come up on a great invention and the public loves it, you're pretty much set. What would you say is the most effective aspect of creating something popular?

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