Thursday, September 11, 2014

Makerpost aims to connect the DIY community


Someone in East Texas who makes robots for kids might want to know about the person in Oakland, Cal., who makes monster toys. How do they find each other? At, a new meeting place for the DIY community.

The directory website brings together makers and make spaces. Registration is free and users can post photos and video of their products and projects as well as their work spaces, websites and contact information.

Once the information is entered, each listing gets an icon on Makerpost's world map. Visitors to the site can search by keyword, category or location.

The makers behind Makerpost hope the site will help builders and inventors locate others who might be ideal partners or have ideas to share.


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