Robin Raskin from Living in Digital Times recently wrote about the need for the Maker Movement to grow up. She mentions three key points, firstly to match the items that are made with people who need them, to promote the
Maker Pro is a series of interviews with a wide range of people, looking at how they make their living through making. The interviewees are from diverse backgrounds and countries, and some of the interviewers are quite interesting too. [amazon
Custom Made have published an informatic on “The Emergence of the Maker Movement“. This looks at the processes behind making, funding, tools, demographics and people, there is also a selection of interesting links of companies involved with Makers.