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Dale Dougherty of Maker Media

NextMarket Podcast on January 25, 2013 22:57

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    This week, O'Reilly announced that they would spin out their MAKE division into a separate company called Maker Media. At the helm of the new company is Dale Dougherty, the man who pitched the idea of MAKE magazine to Tim O'Reilly in a cab ride as "Martha Stewart for geeks", and helped usher in and give voice to a movement that he had seen building for some time.

    I caught up with Dale today to ask him about the new company and where he sees it going, how he compares the two big movements/technology waves he's closely associated with (Web 2.0 and the maker movement), and we also talk about how maker centers and the overall movement could help to reshape education.

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