CWC 97 – Maker-Space – A New Era of Manufacturing Resource Sharing



Todays Guest Greg Cook is one of the founders of “The Pikes Peak Makerspace” This exciting new concept which he describes as a gym membership for artist is basically a new type of business model which I would describe as shared manufacturing resources

Greg gives us many great tips for getting plugged into the startup community in the local Colorado Springs area. However don’t think it is just about local efforts. His advice and experience in the startup community is something you will not want to miss. As the founder of a new startup himself Greg explains his plans for literally creating a better mouse trap.

This is also good for a few laughs and some more serious thoughts on the future of Cyber Security for the rapidly expanding Internet of Things (IoT).

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CWC 96 – We Should All Try to Achieve Asperger’s Syndrome in Our Lives
CWC 95 – Gigi Schweikert – Training Our Young People For the Best Future
CWC 94 – Don’t Ask What Can I Do With My Educations, But Ask….
CWC 93 – Space Symposium Review
CWC 92 – What is the Socio-tech Revolution
CWC 91 – Even the Best of Us Need Support During Life’s Turning Points
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CWC 90 – Change Lives by becoming a Life Coach
CWC 89 – The Science Behind Child Learning – With Dr. Matthew
CWC 88 – Engaging Under Privilege Kids in STEM Academics
CWC 87 – STEM Isn’t Just For GEEKS and Guys?

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