3. MAKE Magazine
For readers who love Do-It-Yourself projects, the MAKE Magazine website will constitute a welcome discovery. As the publisher notes, the magazine “celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your
own will.” Some of the featured projects, like Anouk Wipprecht’s 3D-printed, Edison-Powered Spider Dress 2.0, inspire awe. Many others are well within reach of a seasoned amateur engineer. Readers may want to start
with Projects to scout possible ventures, each one labeled as easy, moderate, or difficult. For instance, designing your own 3D-Printed Eyeglasses is considered a moderately challenging endeavor. Also of interest, the site’s Blog often updates several times a day with DIY news, views, and interesting possibilities from around the web. [CNH]
Aus dem Scout Report Newsletter, der von der Internet Scout Research Group herausgegebeben wird, die es schon zwanzig Jahre gibt. Immer empfehlenswert!