4Knowledge, Learning, Control, and Intelligence

“Hi, Mark, I want to introduce myself, I’m David Lang,” David introduced himself. We were upstairs in Tech-Shop’s San Francisco location.

“Hi, David,” I said, extending my hand. “Nice to meet you, too.” I looked around. “So, what are making?” My favorite question.

“Well, nothing yet,” David replied. “I’m just getting ready to take some classes. I wanted to talk to you to make sure that it would be okay if I wrote about my experience here. You see, I don’t know how to make anything, and I want to become a maker. I convinced Make: magazine to let me write a column on my experiences while becoming a maker. I’m calling it ‘Zero to Maker.’ I just need to make sure it’s okay with you guys if I document ...

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