A Maker’s Manifesto
Justin Jackson

Great motivational manifesto! But one moment, plz. You’re saying “On the path to making something great, you’ll make many things that are not that good. That’s ok.” In general, I agree. It’s a way of learning, experience, timeline extension. But I would suggest also to say about the actuality and importance of solving the real problems [large and small] and \ or the creation of special opportunities, and not artificial demand for very ordinary or overly repetitive things. Yes, of course we need to practice on something. But why couldn’t we do this with those approach which is more useful for learning and for evolution at all? I think it would be important to say it in context of this initiative. Perhaps more delicately than I’ve wrote.

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